Mental Health Coaching

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2028 E. Prince Road, Tucson, Arizona 85719

Phone

520-209-1755

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Mental Health Coaching by Zach Saber

Often times when confronted with a change, we go into fear mode. We immediately resort to the ‘what ifs’ and ‘we can’t because…” Think about it; it’s not like you’ll succeed there or be happy there so why spend our time there? Because it’s predictable. As bad as it is, you can rely on it being exactly what it has always been and until you’re more afraid of staying where you are than you are of change, you’ll continue to make the same bad choices.

Often time we deal with issues that are locked into us, issues that cause us to feel depressed, grief stricken, fearful, or even with addictions we find ourselves justifying our behavior rather than facing it to seek a way to heal or experience life differently.

Change is challenge. Change means moving away from that which is familiar to something as yet undefined. Example; Every night you go to sleep trusting you’ll awaken the next morning. Each morning you awaken and you know exactly what you’ll do next. It’s more robotic, more habitual and you probably wonder if you’re enjoying life as much as you did when this routine was new.

Think back to when you moved to that home. What did your mornings look like then? When did that routine change? What did it change to? Is it the same place you are now?

On the other hand; look back at photos of you in the decades gone by. In every photo you are different. In each photo you’ve made change whether it be how you dressed, behaved or wore your hair, it was changed. You changed without even knowing it.

Suddenly, change isn’t really much of a challenge is it? No, perhaps you realize it’s not change you’re in fear of, it’s the unknown. It’s the “what will I feel if I do that?” or “what will I do if I don’t light up that cigarette?” or “what will I do if I don’t have that drink?” Could be, “I have to take that drug or I might feel pain…” The unknown is the scariest part of life.
With coaching, using conversation along with body work you can take the unknown and turn it into your vision for you.

You can release fears, old issues that are stopping you from moving forward or make you feel you’re just walking in circles. Through body work, activities and frank discussion, you can release the issues and I can assist you in finding passion, focus, bravado and interest once again in your own life. You can make your life shine and make life easier, healthier, more prosperous and happier!

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NOTICE from Transformational Medicine/WellnessFirst!

Considering recent state and federal developments, we wanted to let our clients/patients know our ongoing efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. The health and safety of all our clients, colleagues and staff is of utmost importance.

We are aware and are actively following the guidelines and recommendations from the CDC and WHO as well as any additional local and state guidelines.

You must have a mask on to enter the building.

If you are feeling unwell, we are happy to treat you and we may have you wait in an office away from other folks.

We are doing our part by sanitizing exam rooms and common areas after each and every patient and setting the schedule to minimize the number of people here at any given time. We are also making sure our staff is tested routinely.

Dr. Saber is available for in person appointments, as well as scheduling phone or Zoom/Skype consultations. Zach Saber is available for medical bodywork.

we have moved! Our new address is 2028 E. Prince Road, Tucson AZ 85719.

Thank you for your ongoing support!