WHY SHOULD I GO TO THERAPY?
You may consider going to therapy if you:
- feel depressed, anxious, or sad
- lack motivation, feel stuck, stressed, hurt, or hopeless
- feel angry, irritable, and impatient
- struggle with self esteem or lack confidence
- repeat the same mistakes again and again and do not know why
- can not identify or deal with your feelings
- use numbing behaviors to avoid dealing with life
- unsatisfied with your personal or work relationships
- can’t find balance between work and life
- going through break up, separation, or divorce
- going through life transition
- struggle with symptoms of depression, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, Bipolar D/O, BPD D/O, addictions.
HOW WOULD YOU BENEFIT FROM THERAPY?
You can learn to:
- identify the roots of your problems and work towards desired changes
- express your thoughts and feelings without getting defensive or afraid
- let go of grudges and resentments
- manage your anger, reduce stress and irritability
- better understand yourself and others
- focus on yourself instead of others
- replace unhealthy behaviors with healthy ones
- feel more confident and empowered
- set healthy boundaries with people
- connect with people you want and not those you don’t
- improve your relationships with people and yourself
- manage your mental health symptoms
There are many reasons to go to therapy. Everyone can benefit from reflecting on their own lives, improve coping skills, or get a fresh perspective. Maybe you are just feeling stuck and unfulfilled and you need a different way of looking at your life.