One thing you can definitely count on in life is that things will change.
Life is full of transitions- a new job, a new relationship, a difficult life circumstance, a new baby, or an upcoming difficult decision. It is normal in these times to feel stuck, overwhelmed, anxious, or burned out.
A therapist can help you process your feelings with an unbiased individual who is not part of your everyday life, and as such, allows you to work through your own feelings, opinions, and concerns in order to proceed feeling empowered, in control, and prepared for the next steps.
Therapy is not always long term. Many individuals utilize only a handful of sessions to work through something important to their life and then only utilize therapy as needed or wanted. We want to help remove the stigma of therapy as something people become dependent on and we want to normalize therapy as a preventative service that can help everyone.
Let’s let go of the old-fashioned idea that therapy is always a long term commitment.
Let’s start imagining what just a handful of sessions might help us accomplish.