There are many people just like you who struggle with feelings of sadness, hopelessness, feeling down, and discouraged; or worry, anxiety, fears and shame. There is sometimes a stigma that keeps people from seeking help. You may have been told that you just need to “get it together” or “get over it”. However, anxiety and depression are real issues that therapy can help. You don’t need to continue to suffer; therapy can help you find a sense of hope and healing.
Society is reporting more worry and discontent. Most people will experience bouts of anxiety and depression and a few may work through it without needing additional resources. However, there are times when these feelings become overwhelming and start to affect one’s ability to function. This can look like frequent worries; irritability; a lack of motivation; avoiding daily tasks; trouble sleeping or sleeping too much; trouble going out; tearfulness; isolation; unable to go to work; difficulty focusing and accomplishing things; panic attacks; wishing to die or not wake up. If some of those sound like you, it is time to get help. Those symptoms are unlikely to go away on their own, but with support and guidance, you can come through this happier and healthier in the end.
Therapy for anxiety and depression is proven to be helpful and increases enjoyment in life. Therapy facilitates clients managing their emotions in healthier ways, making positive changes in their thinking about problems, and improving how they feel about themselves. Consideration is given to the whole person including the mind, body, and soul connections. Childhood and parenting experiences are considered to heal pasts experiences that are affecting current functioning. Learning new coping skills equips you to turn your life around. You’ll be able to to face your current stressors with a greater confidence and understanding.
Seeking help is the first step. Contact us today, we look forward to hearing from you.