The Benefits of Therapy and Counseling
Therapy or counseling is a helpful process in deciding whether or not to end a relationship. It is a process of self-discovery that can help people learn how to
deal more effectively with situations in their lives such as divorce, addictions and domestic
violence. This process helps people feel more comfortable with
themselves and with some of the tensions that come from inside.
The therapy/counseling process
helps people get "unstuck". Through the development of insight and increased self awareness, people are able to
gain a better understanding of their own behavior and the issues, feelings and
events that motivate them. The most useful benefit of therapy is often an improvement in health
and well being. This often translates into increased self-confidence, productivity and a
greater sense of vitality and peace of mind. People of any age can grow and profit
from the experience of therapy. There is no "wrong" time to begin.
The Issues that Bring People to
Therapy and Counseling Are:
A feeling that life could be more satisfying than it is, that one
could feel better about oneself, feel less stressed, and more easily reach one's
Wanting to feel more effective and
comfortable in relationships, wanting to stop repeating the same problems with your
partner or your children, parents, coworkers and friends. Wanting to communicate better
and resolve conflicts more effectively.
Feeling stressed and anxious;
having difficulties at work or school, problems concentrating or sleeping, fighting with family members,
and experiencing failing health.
Coping with stressful life events such as a relationship breakup or divorce, a chronic or life threatening illness or death of a loved one.
Feeling as if life is too
difficult to manage. Wanting to stop feeling trapped and victimized by one's past.
Wanting to move beyond haunting memories of early experiences such as growing up in a
family with addictions or being abused as a child or adolescent.
Wanting to gain greater insight into oneself. Wanting to discover
why one behaves in certain ways and to learn why certain experiences trigger feelings
that seem to come from nowhere.
What Kind of People
Go into Therapy or Counseling?
people who value their mental and emotional well-being as much as their
people who want to get the most out of life
people who are not prepared to settle for just existing
people who appreciate the value of learning alternative approaches to problem
people who are open to learning more about themselves
and what makes them do the things they do
people who recognize
that from time to time it is okay and beneficial to seek assistance in coping with issues
that are too difficult to deal with on their own
people who realize
that being in therapy is NOT about being crazy; in fact therapy is for those who are VERY
people who are JUST LIKE YOU!!!
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