Reduce Pain * Manage Stress * Increase Wellness * Live Fully
Has pain taken over your life? Are you dealing with an illness and struggling to return to "normal"? Do you feel drained and wonder how to regain vitality and energy for living? Are you dealing with a major stressor and feel like you are living on the edge?
There is hope and help. The Center for Stress Management is a multi-disciplinary team of healthcare providers dedicated to helping you. We believe that human beings are designed to live fully as serene, happy and free people. Because the way you experience stress is unique to you, the Center for Stress Management in Katy provides customized care. We assist you in assessing your current stress level, identifying your personal stress response and developing a stress management plan and practices that promote positive coping and vitality. Whether you are dealing with the stressors of daily living or major stresses such as an illness, loss of a loved one or post-traumatic stress, we can help.
Stress is a psychophysiological response to living. Our mind and body work together as filters of our experience in the world. What our mind perceives as a threat, danger or unknown situation, our body responds to as a way to help us cope with the situation. The way that we cope impacts our quality of life. Together we can discover the strategies that can help you live fully in the face of whatever stress you are facing.
Today is the day for a new beginning!
The Center for Stress Management invites you to join us for a class this winter. We have a variety of options to choose from: Reflect and renew yourself this fall!
Co-ordinated Care Offered
Do you wish that your doctors and your therapist and your psychistrist worked together to take care of your health? Do you wish that you had a healthcare team that could work together and even consider your spiritual needs?
The Center for Stress Management is co-located with doctors that practice family medicine, internal medicine and palliative medicine. We work together, side by side to ensure that people with mental and physical health needs have coordinated care.