You have a neutral person to help you self-reflect.
The people in your life, such as family and friends, are there to love you through it all and support you no matter the cost. A therapist is neutral person who can provide support, while at the same time, ask you questions that your loved ones may not feel comfortable asking or not think about asking. Therapists have the skills to be curious about your life in a nonjudgmental way.
You will feel important.
You matter. In our busy every day world it is easy to blend in and shift into auto-pilot mode. Sitting one-on-one with a therapist helps remind you that you aren’t just another face in the crowd. Your life matters, what you do matters, your goals matter.
You have the opportunity to get a professional’s perspective.
A few small changes can lead to larger, transformative change over time. A therapist can help you look at your thoughts, your behaviors, and generational dynamics (what gets passed down from one generation to the next) with a fresh perspective. You’ll leave your sessions with knowledge and the tools to create positive change.
Often times, taking that first step to schedule and attend the first session is one of the most difficult parts of the therapy process. Email or call us if we can answer any questions to make that first step more comfortable.