You might be wondering if therapy will work for you, but you know you’ve got to take the leap and do something different.
Therapy can help if you’re willing to put in the work, learn new skills and commit to using them.
The Benefits of Therapy
We like to tell our clients, “Therapy puts you back in the driver’s seat of your life”. By uncovering old patterns and making powerful shifts you can heal old wounds and change old beliefs that no longer serve you.
As you see yourself making powerful shifts, you may also notice you have the ability to drastically change the trajectory of your life by adopting new ways of thinking, feeling and behaving. Therapy requires your active participation and may be uncomfortable at first just like learning any new skill.
In time, your new skills can develop into new patterns that become second nature.
Possible benefits include:
- Develop practical tools to cope with your anxiety
- Design a roadmap for how you want to handle future upsets and challenges
- Learn to use the energy of your emotions instead of feeling controlled by them
- Move toward a sense of balance in your life
- Process and release old feelings and patterns
- Feel more confident about yourself and your decisions
- Feel like you can finally feel understood
- Uncover reasons your anxiety exists and persists
- Heal old wounds that have been holding you back
- Learn to feel connected with yourself and others
Therapy is not about following a cookie-cutter way of living. It’s about discovering who you are, learning how to connect with yourself and others and doing what we can to help heal the wounds of the past. My office provides a safe and confidential place with zero judgement for you to explore, heal and grow.
You can have an extraordinary life and you don’t have to do it alone.
You Know You’re Ready for Therapy:
- You’re tired of trying to figure it out on your own.
- You’re willing to take responsibility for improving your life, but you know you need support.
- You’re ready to heal your past and move on with your life.
- You’re willing to put in the work, learn new skills and commit to using them.
- You have the resources of time, money, and energy to put toward improving your life and/or relationships.