At Social House Wellness Center, we believe in the whole person. That means we don’t dwell unnecessarily on your past mistakes. Understanding what has held you back previously may help direct, but it does not need to define you. Under the direction of Clinical Director Adam Rahman, we use a variety of clinical methods and approaches designed to instill balance, reduce stress, and create harmony in your relationship with yourself and others. With these tools in your possession, the obstacles in life that caused you to struggle or prevented you from growing will no longer seem insurmountable. There is a path, and there is a way forward.Read more
Let's face it: sometimes, it can be hard to be a person.
Carrying around unwelcome stress, trauma, painful memories, unhealthy relationships and the baggage of toxic environments can be exhausting. You may even be going through life-altering challenges that make daily life difficult, if not impossible, to handle on your own.
That's where we come in.
At Social House Wellness Center, our counselors use a one-on-one, psychotherapy approach focused on helping you unpack whatever it is you’ve been holding on to. Adam and Monique will encourage you to look toward the future instead of dwelling in the past.
No matter who you are, or what you’re carrying, at Social House we believe that Therapy Is For Everybody. It’s your stuff, and your life; when you’re ready, we’d love to help you unpack.
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The road to regaining control of your life and restoring your happiness begins with identifying the root causes of your challenges. Don’t let underlying feelings and fears rob you of your potential and energy any longer. If you live in the Texas area, schedule an appointment with one of our therapists at Social House Wellness Center today by calling: (832) 323-1115, or use our convenient contact form now.
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No two people’s experiences are exactly the same, and so people come to therapy at different times for different reasons. What brought you to our web site, and what are you looking for?
Maybe your communication in your relationship could use a little fine-tuning. Perhaps you’re just looking for a neutral third-party to help you see things from another perspective. Or does this sound familiar: you’ve talked and fretted and done your best to “get over” something, and you’re still feeling stuck? You could be carrying some crippling anxiety and depression, panic attacks, heavy sadness, and some unhelpful coping skills in that beautiful baggage of yours.
You don’t need to wait until you’re in over your head to seek some support, either. Counselors are professional listeners with a very specific set of skills – and they can often see things about a situation that might not be immediately clear. Their approach is nonjudgmental, confidential, and positive.
Who wouldn’t want to tackle these challenges with a supportive expert in their corner?
Play Therapy (Currently Unavailable due to COVID-19)
Play therapy is to children what talk therapy is to adults. Children are not able to articulate and express their thoughts and emotions in the same way adults do. Research has found that play therapy is one of the most effective ways for children to process difficult feelings.
A lot of external factors can place strain on relationships, but most are manageable with the right approach and communication tools. However, left unchecked, the tension will begin to mount, poor habits will develop, and the health and longevity of your relationships can be jeopardized.
Many people, including children and adults, are affected by issues with anxiety. If your feelings of worry, concern, or fear are strong enough to interfere with your daily activities, the Social House Wellness Center can get you to a better place.
It isn’t unusual to go through mild periods of depression due to setbacks or personal loss. But when it persists, depression may lead to a lack of interest in your day-to-day life and can impair your performance at work, in school, and within your interpersonal relationships.
In today’s world, we all experience stress, but not everyone knows how to deal with it in a healthy way. When it builds up over time, stress leads to emotional and physical problems and can even disrupt your sleep. Taking practical steps to manage your stress levels can prevent or reduce these negative effects.
Most addictions start simply: by enjoying something that provides pleasure to our bodies and minds. That pleasure becomes harder to control when the behavior becomes compulsive. At that point, enjoyment becomes an addiction and interferes with all aspects of your life, including work, relationships, and your health.