Holistic psychology addresses mental health by treating the whole person. Working from a holistic perspective, I consider each individual’s mind, body, and soul in providing care. Our brains do not function in isolation; therefore, in order to bring real change, we must consider the whole. I want you to gain understanding of the many factors impacting your mental health, so that you can purposefully make choices for immediate change and long-term mental health. Holistic therapy includes not just the mind, but also lifestyle, physical well-being, and social context. Furthermore, research shows that incorporating one’s spirituality into the therapeutic process increases positive results. I welcome clients to discuss their spirituality, as they feel comfortable, within the holistic counseling process.