“Get in The Zone” with Mental Health
Dr. Diane’s focus is helping athletes, performers, executives and even first responders improve their mental health so that they can get in “The Zone” at those crucial moments.
You can get into “The Zone” when your mental health is good. This is especially true for sports professionals, performance artists, and business executives. Your brain waves need to be aligned when striving for mental health. Just like driving a car, all the tires must be aligned and have equal air pressure for the car to operate correctly.
When we are in “The Zone,” we are in perfect balance; and can perform to our best ability. We respond rather than react when we are in “The Zone.” We are compassionate and caring. We are at our peak ability in whatever we are doing.
What does a Regulated Brain Look Like?
What does a Dysregulated Brain Look Like?
Why Should You Care about Mental Health?
Taking care of yourself is key to maintaining good mental health. Throughout life, there will be times when your mental health may suffer. Factors like insomnia or sleep problems, poor nutrition, stress, unhealthy relationships, trauma, and more can affect your mental health. Addressing these factors can help improve your mental health status. For example, you can have periods of poor mental health without having a diagnosable condition – like you can be physically unhealthy without having a particular illness.
Methods of Getting in “The Zone”
There are internal methods that you can do on your own and external methods that involve something or someone else’s help. Usually, the best solution to getting into “The Zone” is to use a combination of both.
How can Dr. Diane Help You?
Dr Diane is a neuropsychologist, board-certified health psychologist and board-certified sports psychologist. She along with her team of Brain Health Experts can provide you with the insight, guidance, expertise to develop a customized program to help you get into “The Zone.” Be it for emotional, professional, sports, performing arts or everyday personal mental health.
To schedule a consultation, call toll-free at (800) 500-9971. Massachusetts residents: Dr. Diane does not accept MassHealth.
There is help. There is hope.
There is a Way!®