Counties Served: Florida - Charlotte,Manatee,SarasotaMental Health & Counseling
When it comes to your mental health, you want to make sure you are getting the best possible
care. That is why it is so important to choose a licensed mental health counselor. A mental
health therapist goes through the necessary education and training to help you with your
Denise Schonwald is a trusty ally in your corner when you are working through difficult times.
She has helped clients struggling with everything from marital problems and teenage rebellion
to familial conflict and childhood trauma.
Counseling services with Denise can provide you with the support you need to deal with any
issue you are facing. Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety or trauma, she can
help you work through your problems and find solutions. Virtual counseling services are
available through virtual Zoom sessions.
Spiritual counseling can be a great way to connect with your faith and find support from
someone who understands what you are going through. If you are struggling with questions
about your faith or navigating a difficult time in your life, spiritual counseling can provide you
with guidance and support.
Depression counseling and anxiety and trauma therapy can help you understand your condition
and learn coping skills. If you are struggling with these conditions, counseling can be extremely
helpful in managing symptoms and improving your quality of life.
Premarital counseling can give you the tools you need to build a strong foundation for your
relationship. Grief counseling can provide support and guidance as you work through your
emotions if you are grieving the loss of a loved one.
Anger management therapy can teach you how to manage your anger in healthier ways and
help you understand why you react angrily. Bipolar disorder treatment can help manage your
condition effectively and help improve moods and decrease symptoms. Couples therapy can be
helpful for couples who are experiencing difficulties in their relationship by identifying the root
of the problem and finding solutions. Wellness coaching can help you achieve and maintain
your desired level of health. Pet therapy can help boost moods, reduce stress and improve
If you are struggling with a mental health issue, do not hesitate to reach out to Denise
Schonwald. She can help you work through your problems and find solutions. Her experience
and qualifications make her an excellent choice for counseling services.
ABOUT DENISE SCHONWALD:
Denise Schonwald is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor located in Sarasota, Florida. She
brings 30 years of experience working as a registered nurse (RN) within the intensive care unit
(ICU), Denise Schonwald cared for patients who were very ill and often in critical condition.
Denise learned various techniques to support mental and emotional well-being. Her success
in striking a balance in treating the whole person led her to her calling as a spiritually-based
licensed mental health counselor and mental intuitive (LMHC). By integrating mental health
and physical health into a cohesive treatment plan, Denise provides a holistic approach to her
patients. These synergistic treatment methodologies support client healing more effectively
than traditional counseling.
Denise has expertise in helping clients through a variety of mental and emotional struggles,
including anxiety, depression, panic, marital problems, adolescent behavior issues, family
issues, childhood trauma, and more. To assist in her method, she draws upon some rather
unconventional sources, including Henry, a certified therapy dog.
In addition to working with individuals and families, Denise also supports the wider community
through speaking engagements and lectures nationwide. Consider having her speak at your
next event and contact her office today.
We know first-hand the struggle of trying not to take the job home with us and let it affect our families. We know the toll the law enforcement career can have on marriages and relationships. And we also have been frustrated by the lack of authentic leadership in our agencies. This Law Enforcement Podcast was designed to help you overcome the mental toll of the law enforcement career and the negative effects it can have on your personal life.Hosted by active-duty law enforcement, we bring you two weekly podcasts. On Thursday, in The Interview Room we sit down with amazing guests who provide actionable advice on leadership, mental health, and relationships from their lived experiences. On Monday, in Morning Roll Call, you and I enjoy a cup of coffee and discuss current events, offer encouragement, and discuss practical steps for achieving the life we were meant to live. To watch & listen CLICK HERE!
Do you know we have 7 chakras, 7 energy points in our bodies? In Denises first book Healing your Body by Mastering your Mind she shares her knowledge of each Chakra! Listen to this powerful episode on healing and becoming a better healthier version of yourself!In this episode Linda and Denise talk about all things mental health and spirituality. To watch & listen: Click Here!Denise Schonwald, LMHC, is a licensed mental health counselor, mental intuitive, and public speaker specializing in holistic well-being. With 30 years of experience as an ICU nurse, she witnessed the impact of stress, anxiety, and fear on patients and families. Denise integrates mental and physical health, providing comprehensive support for anxiety, depression, trauma, and more. Her approach combines therapy, meditation, and aromatherapy. Denise, along with her therapy dog Henry, helps clients achieve optimal health. As a sought-after public speaker, Denise educates and inspires audiences on mental health topics. Contact her for counseling or speaking engagements.
Right now many of you are thinking about your physical fitness in the new year. Its a common goal to get into the best shape of your life whenever January rolls around.But what about your mental fitness given all the pressures and toxicity of modern life today?Im very pleased to welcome today, Denise Shonwald -Author, Registered Nurse & Nationally Licensed Mental Health Counsellor.In this episode, youll learn One thing most people dont know about DeniseWhy she made the transition from Registered Nurse to Licensed Mental Health CounsellorExcerpts from her book: Healing Your Body by Mastering Your Mind.2 tips to follow to improve your mental health in the new yearWho should reach out to Denise and much much more!Im so glad you tuned in today as it is my hope you will listen, learn, and connect!Click Here to listen to podcast episode: Click Here!
Modern life can be challenging, and the last few years have been more stressful than usual. With health concerns, financial pressures, and many societal changes, people can feel ill-equipped to navigate their day. If you or a loved one lives with stress and anxiety, there are coping strategies you can utilize to prevent becoming overwhelmed - both in the moment and long term.Our bodys natural reaction to stress is anxiety, but we want to ensure that this emotion remains acceptable and doesnt become unmanageable. What can you do to calm down if your palms start sweating or your heartbeat speeds up? 5 Tips for Coping with Anxiety in the Moment Suppose your anxiety comes and goes but is beginning to cause you to lose focus or procrastinate on essential tasks. In that case, some natural remedies can quickly alleviate the stress. 1. Talk through your thoughts: Negative thoughts can exaggerate the severity of your situation, but they are also hard to banish once anxiety sets in. One way to cope is to articulate your fear, ask yourself if it is valid and talk through the rationality of your thoughts. 2. Write your thoughts down: When we take thoughts out of our heads and put them on paper, they can seem less overwhelming. Try keeping a diary or journal and documenting your negative thoughts and feelings - and then close the book and leave them there. 3. Concentrate on deep breathing: Deep, meditative breathing is known to alleviate stress and calm your nerves by slowing your heart rate and adrenalin. Try breathing in deeply while counting to four, then breathing out for the same four counts, and continue this for 5 minutes.4. Experiment with aromatherapy: Whether you prefer essential oils, candles, or incense, natural aromas such as lavender, chamomile, and sandalwood can ease the mind and soothe the spirit. Aromatherapy activates specific receptors in the brain, which may promote serenity. 5. Take yourself for a walk: Sometimes, the best way to ease stress and anxiety is to literally walk away from the situation. Giving yourself a break and focusing on your body's physical health elevates your mood, calms your thoughts, and eases anxiety. Try toe touches, yoga, or other simple stretches if you cannot go outside. These relaxation tips are helpful for those individuals who have anxiety attacks infrequently. However, while they may work for people with anxiety disorders to calm down in the moment, those individuals should also identify some long-term strategies to help ease or even prevent serious, life-altering symptoms. Our next blog will discuss some of the best coping strategies for those who struggle with more debilitating anxiety disorders. One way to mitigate anxiety attacks and learn to cope with adverse feelings is to find a compassionate and empathetic person to speak with. Some people may feel comfortable speaking with a friend or family member, but others may want to find an impartial party. Mental health professionals are an excellent resource to be able to talk through your feelings and learn how to properly assess just how serious a situation is - or is not. Denise Schonwald is a nationally certified mental health counselor and life coach. If you live in the Sarasota or Lakewood Ranch area and would like to learn more about gaining control of your feelings and emotions to live a more peaceful life - call today at 410.913.8963
Joining Ashley on the podcast is Denise Schonwald, a Licensed Mental Health counselor. Denise gives some insight and parenting tips on her most common issues she sees with children.TO LISTEN TO PODCAST: CLICK HERE!Denise Schonwald, BSRN, LMHCDenise Schonwald is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor located in Sarasota, Florida. She brings 30 years of experience working as a registered nurse (RN) within the intensive care unit (ICU), Denise Schonwald cared for patients who were very ill and often in critical condition. Denise learned various techniques to support mental and emotional well-being. Her success in striking a balance in treating the whole person led her to her calling as a spiritually based licensed mental health counselor and mental intuitive (LMHC). By integrating mental health and physical health into a cohesive treatment plan, Denise provides a holistic approach to her patients. These synergistic treatment methodologies support client healing more effectively than traditional counseling.Denise has expertise in helping clients through a variety of mental and emotional struggles, including anxiety, depression, panic, marital problems, adolescent behavior issues, family issues, childhood trauma, and more. To assist in her method, she draws upon some rather unconventional sources, including Henry, a certified therapy dog.In addition to working with individuals and families, Denise also supports the wider community through speaking engagements and lectures nationwide. Consider having her speak at your next event and contact her office today.