It is not uncommon to hear people describe themselves as feeling ‘down’, ‘blue’ or ‘stressed’ when facing more challenging times in their life. But how do you know whether you are anxious or stressed or depressed? And when is what you are feeling ‘bad enough’ to warrant seeking
One-on-one therapy addresses concerns ranging from temporary difficulties to complex, life-altering challenges. Individual counseling helps clients understand and resolve their emotional, behavioral, and/or social issues in a way that increases their self-awareness and personal fulfillment.
People seek therapy for all different types of reasons - there is no such thing as a “right” or “wrong” issue that can be brought to therapy. We offer a safe environment where you can discuss anything that’s weighing on your mind.
Seeking the help of a therapist does not mean you are “crazy”. In fact, the majority of individuals who seek therapy are everyday people struggling with everyday, very human problems and issues.
Some reasons a person may seek therapy:
Feelings of loneliness
Academic or work-related pressures
Feelings of low self-esteem
Coping with medical issues
Grief and mourning
Sexual issues, concerns or questions
Problems with attention, concentration and focus
Concerns about behaviors
Concerns about emotions
Concerns about thoughts
The desire to increase self-understanding and self-insight
Enhancement of positive qualities, strengths, and behaviors
Everyone faces difficult life experiences; being able to talk them through and seek the support of a therapist can make a significant difference.