The SCARS program is designed for those that have survived or are fighting a critical illness.
Studies show evidence of anxiety and depression in individuals that have experienced a critical illness. As a survivor and a psychologist not only can I confirm this medicinally, but I have also lived though it mentally, physically, and emotionally. Most individuals also have symptoms indicative of post-traumatic stress (PTSD) which I have experienced as well.
Delayed physical recovery may contribute to this psychological morbidity. I have developed the SCARS model to aid those that have experienced any type of illness that could be a driving factor of PTSD or psychological morbidity.
If you’ve been through a critical illness and find yourself experiencing:
Fear or reoccurrence
Intimacy & Dating Fears
Poor Mental Health
Hiding being a mask
Lost sense of purpose
I’d love for you to regain:
We will accomplish this through weekly support meetings, optional 1:1 meetings, weekly mental resilience goals, intense community support and much more!
It's time to live again.