Life is not perfect.
It is not always the perfect job, the perfect family, perfect house, perfect car, or perfect friends.
Sometimes, life is just the opposite (or feels like it). That does not mean that you must just accept pitfalls of life and “suck it up.” If you don’t learn ways to deal with life’s struggles, it can be a long, miserable road.
Make Things Better
Psychotherapy can help make things better. There is no “cure” to life’s problems, but there are ways to make them “better.” Learning new ways to cope will not only help with your emotional health, but also your physical health as they often coincide with each other.
Whether it is job stress, family stress, medical concerns, a recent death of a family member or friend, a recent birth of a child, trauma, etc., these may contribute to Anxiety, Depression, Post-Traumatic Stress, and other worrisome issues.
This does not mean that things can’t get better. Therapy can and will help if you want it to – if you are ready to do the work to make it so.
Ready for a change?
Call me to schedule a free 20-minute phone consultation to see if therapy is for you.