Some Common Reasons To Seek Therapy
You find it difficult to connect with others.
To process and understand difficult emotions.
You're overwhelmed in your daily life.
You're mentally exhausted.
You desire to feel heard, validated, empowered and supported.
You need a safe place to be vulnerable and talk without feeling judged.
To gain a new perspective and deeper understanding of yourself and your patterns of behavior.
To learn to better connect with and express your emotions.
To learn coping skills to deal with and heal from people in your life who won't seek psychotherapeutic help!
To learn to cope with life transitions big and small.
Other people have voiced their concerns about you and recommended you seek help.
You feel disconnected find it difficult to be fully present and engaged.
You're self-medicating to cope with drugs, alcohol, food or other chemical addictions.
You want to learn to recognize toxic behavior patterns in yourself and others.
You want some dedicated time to vent.
You want to improve your confidence and self-esteem.
You want to learn to identify, construct and maintain healthier boundaries in your life.
You're struggling to find meaning and purpose in life.
You want to make healthy life-style changes.
You regard therapy a form of self-care.
You're seeking deeper personal insight into your problems.
You want to learn acceptance, forgiveness or how to "let go" in a healthy way.
You're feeling stuck and a lack of motivation.
You have a problem that's causing shame, embarrassment or guilt.
You can't seem to stop ruminating or obsessing over an event.
Your usual coping strategies don't seem to be working anymore.
You're grieving the loss of a loved one, a pet, a way of being or a former version of yourself.
You're curious and want to give it a try.
You're feeling resentful.
You need help navigating through a crisis.
You're court-ordered to attend treatment.
You want to improve your relationships.
You're not performing typically at work or school.
Your physical health has changed.
You're noticing changes in sleep, appetite, activity levels and focus.
You want to improve yourself, but don't know where to start.
You want to learn how to live a more authentic life.
You're feeling "off."
You want to!