Lifestyle For Better Living
Lifestyle for Better Living was established in March 2015. We evolved from the author's publication “Believe: A Cognitive Behavior Therapy Approach to Heal Naturally with Graves' Disease and Hyperthyroidism”. After struggling with Graves’ disease for several years and making simple lifestyle changes, Jinelle Williams, the author began a mission to advocate for a healthy lifestyle and a balanced way of life for men and women.
Learn About Jinelle Williams
Jinelle Williams is a transformational therapist and author. She received her Master's degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland, School of Social Work in Baltimore. She specializes in mental health treatment and the employee assistance program. Jinelle Williams helps individuals bring purpose to their lives using Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing.
If you’re feeling stuck, or simply feel like learning something new about yourself, Lifestyle for Better Living trains individuals to live a healthy life using Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Motivational Techniques.
Health & Wellness Training
Personal Growth & Development
Each year thousands of Americans are diagnosed with some kind of health problem such as stroke, diabetes, and cancer. Some research has found that a sedentary lifestyle increases risk for these diseases. Some doctors also agree that an unhealthy lifestyle that includes a poor diet and no physical activities are harmful to individuals’ health. If you are struggling to change your behavior and you need that extra support, let Lifestyle for Better Living transform your life, and we are here to give you the tools you need in order to succeed.
From personal to profession growth, Lifestyle for Better Living wants to help you overcome your struggles and challenges in order to help you create the successful future you’ve always dreamt of. Come learn how to be motivated and overcome the cycle of defeat or challenges.
In our fast-pace world, we sometime forget the demand society puts on our mental health. As a result, stress builds up. Chronic stress can led to anxiety and depression and sometimes it is too late for natural treatment options and the only option is long term use of anti-anxiety medication or anti-depressant medication to treat anxiety or depression. If you are experiencing stress and it is affecting your day to day life, don't ignore these signs, let Lifestyle for Better Living teach you strategies to manage stress to help you enjoy your life again.
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