The First Step is
Beginning psychotherapy can be a very hopeful but intimidating experience. As you are getting ready to deal with your life's most difficult issues, you may also be wondering: Will I be judged? What will a therapist make of my story? How will it help?
EVERYONEshares these fears!
I use all the genuine aspects of my personality to help you feel comfortable and understood. I am interactive and honest when answering any of your questions about therapy.
One of the biggest misconceptions about therapy is that seeing a therapist is a sign of weakness.
Research on psychological resilience honed-in on 3 attitudes common for those who remain strong at a time of crisis or when facing any difficult life circumstances:
1. Seeing a challenge instead of a threat
2. Making a commitment instead of practicing denial
3. Taking control instead of lapsing into helplessness.
These 3 attitudes come down to a strong personal determination -
I will without question make something good come out of this.
Seeking professional psychotherapy/counseling is a part of such determination.
No-obligation consultation is a good way to begin…