Looking Within: Healing, Learning, and Growing
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Tens of thousands of Americans seek out professional counseling and psychotherapy each year. Their reasons for doing so are as varied and unique as the individuals themselves. Some may be looking for help in their relationships, trying to cope with the loss of a loved one, or hoping to overcome recurring anxiety and stress, while others may be facing more serious issues such as eating disorders, bipolar disorder, or severe depression.
How do these individuals determine that they need professional assistance and, more importantly, how can you tell if you can benefit from the assistance of a professional psychotherapist?
Some individuals’ signs and symptoms are undoubtedly more obvious than others’. However, the decision to seek the help of a mental health professional all stem from asking yourself some important questions about how you feel in general and whether or not there are certain aspects of your life that continue to cause discomfort, uncertainty, or emotional pain.
The following are five particularly important considerations, if you’re trying to determine whether or not you may benefit from professional counseling or psychotherapy:
Most emotional and relationship issues begin as relatively small issues. However, when left unaddressed, they tend to worsen without our awareness until they reach a point where they consume a great deal of our time, thought, and energy.
Regularly assessing your feelings about the various aspects of your life can help you prevent small issues from turning into overwhelming problems, as well as making sure you get the help you need sooner rather than later.
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