San Diego Therapist Sara Cole LMFT
Spring seems to symbolize, fresh beginnings and a return of life and energy. For me, part of that is the increased amount of sunlight. Dark and cold days make me want to hibernate like a bear, but the sunshine makes me want to get outside and feel alive. For some people the changing of seasons can result in drastic changes in mood and energy. This is also related to the amount of light the person is getting and the length of days. Seasonal Affect Disorder or SAD is a real thing and people who have this condition can feel confused about why their mood has changed, if they are unaware of the condition. Pay attention and see if you notice a difference in yourself depending on how much light you get on a certain day and compare that to another day where your exposure is markedly different. You will most likely notice some change.
0Sara Cole has been providing mental health services in San Diego for over 20 years. Sara specializes in working with women to overcome trauma, anxiety and major life changes, including postpartum depression, motherhood, marriage, PTSD or past traumatic events, etc. Sara loves to help people get their anxiety under control once and for all. She is passionate about providing treatment to those whose lives are affected by the addiction of a loved one.