Suicidal Thoughts therapists in Fayetteville, Arkansas AR
At Vantage Point of Northwest Arkansas, located in Fayetteville, we understand that having suicidal thoughts doesn’t make you a weak person; you’re simply in more emotional pain than you can handle. Our center’s serene, welcoming environment is the perfect place for you to confront the emotional pain you feel and begin working toward a future full of hope and happiness.
40 Years Experience
Hypnotherapist, M.Ed., CLC, CHt.
You don't have to suffer alone. You are very special and unique and with hypnotherapy I can help you find peace and comfort to allow yourself to be more at ease with yourself and let go of the suffering you feel. Hypnotherapy is a very gentle and safe therapy that allows you to enter a relaxed state and open you subconscious mind and discover the thoughts that are creating your mental distress. Your suffering is real, but it doesn't have to keep hurting you. You can let it go and finally feel free to live a life of joy again.
3 Years Experience
I believe that many people have had, at some point, suicidal thoughts due to societal pressures. Each person is different in their thoughts, beliefs, and desires. I do not believe in the desire to keep someone alive for the sake of life alone, but rather that it is my job to help someone cultivate a live a life worth living without judgement.
3 Years Experience
Psychologist, PhD, LPC, PsyD, MSW, Marriage and Family Counselor, LCSW
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) was one of the first therapies to treat highly suicidal individuals on an outpatient basis. Because DBT considers suicide as the solution, not the actual problem itself, DBT therapists are focused on identifying the actual problems in order to assist with different, tangible solutions. Not only that, but DBT therapists are able to speak frankly about death instead of tiptoeing around it, treating patients with respect rather than patronizing with whispery tones and “concerned” looks. Within DBT, no person is treated as “fragile” and though the situation may be serious, we don’t take ourselves too seriously.
9 Years Experience
Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist
There is a wide range of suicidal thoughts and gestures. It usually starts with a fleeting thought of "I can't take this anymore." It is important to give these thoughts the attention they deserve. Get help now, and reach out to those who love and support you.
13 Years Experience