How do you begin the journey from where you are to where you want to be?

Red Sinus Rhythm

You can begin by reaching out for support. IRCC is here to help you find your best rhythm of living.

Life is made up of many moments mixed with highs, lows, and in-betweens. Akin to a heart’s actual rhythm, your life can get out of sync and if it does, you may notice life feels "off" or unbalanced. Learning and practicing healthy coping skills, strengthening psycho-emotional flexibility, and nurturing resilience allow us to fully show up each day, regardless of the direction or magnitude of the moment, and move with it, engaging each moment in the present.

Inner-Rhythm Counseling and Consulting, PLLC is here to help you find your best rhythm of living. Whether you want to get back to your old self or create a whole new rhythm, we are here to support you. When you are ready, please reach out, and let’s talk. Choose to begin your best rhythm of living today.

  • Recurring Grief Through Cycles of Hope and Despair
  • Private Pain
  • Guilt, Shame Surrounding Stereotypes
  • Anger, Conflict
  • Isolated, Alone, No Longer Experiencing a Sense of Belonging With Those You Are Accustomed To
  • Financially Strained
  • Vulnerable, Sensitivity
  • Heightened Emotions
  • Unpredictable Triggers and Emotional Sinkholes
  • Sense of Loss of Control Over One’s Destiny
  • Intrusion of Intimacy

Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment Protocols...

  • Lost Sense of Identity
  • Depression, Despair, Sadness
  • Stressed, Overwhelmed, Anxious
  • Physical Pain
  • Seemingly Unending Medical Treatments and Appointments
  • Chronic Stress
  • Fatigue, Exhaustion
  • Malaise, Discomfort, Uneasiness
  • Mental Ruminations, Negative Thoughts
  • Sleep Deprivation

Medical Trauma, Interventions, Recovery...

  • Feeling Burdened by Others Suffering
  • Difficulty Concentrating
  • Loss of Pleasure in Life
  • Blaming Others for Their Own Suffering
  • Bottling Up Emotions
  • Poor Self-Care
  • Overeating
  • In Denial
  • Irritability
  • Self-Contempt
  • Constant Stress
  • Pervasive Negative Attitude
  • Decreased Productivity
  • Indifference, Lack of Empathy

Medical Providers, Health Teams, Support Staff...

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  • Feeling helpless because you can't make everything alright
  • Isolated or alone with your own thoughts and feelings
  • Difficulty expressing emotions
  • Financial strain and worry
  • Physically, mentally, and emotionally fatigued
  • Shift in intimacy
  • Uncertainty about the future
  • Difficult behaviors to deal with
  • Watching your loved one fade away
  • Parenting issues with a sick child or siblings
  • Saddness and grief
  • Not sure you recognize the partner you fell in love with
  • Needing a break
  • Loss of hope
  • Fighting within the family on how to care for loved one
  • Feeling overwhelmed with tasks of daily living
  • Loss of work time

Friends, Family Members, Caretakers...