Barossa Strong explores how your thoughts, feelings, and behaviour impact your overall well-being, then looks to hold these experiences in a different light to encourage a more enjoyable life experience. We include mindful practices to help people increase awareness and develop an attitude of acceptance and compassion in the presence of painful thoughts and feelings. We also heavily highlight the role of values to provide direction and action to help people create meaningful lives.
Barossa Strong offers people a way to develop a new relationship with pain and suffering relating to depression. A main assumption of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is that pain is a normal and unavoidable part of being human, and that it is perfectly healthy to have whatever emotions arise in the presence of painful experiences. However, people’s understandable desire to control or avoid their own thoughts and feelings can actually lead to much long-term and unnecessary suffering.
Depression, Anxiety, Substance Abuse, and Relationship Issues
Our clients experience quality-of-life issues related to these challenges. You don’t know how to solve these problems. What you do know is that the way things are isn’t what you want.