If you are hurting inside, or your life just doesn’t seem to be working, talking with friends or family members can sometimes help you feel a little better for a little while. But even the most well-meaning friend can’t provide therapy.

Therapy offers long-lasting help for people suffering from emotional distress, anxiety, marital strife, fears, a significant loss, or a clinical disorder. Therapy can also help fulfill aspirations for personal growth or self-improvement.

One of the biggest misconceptions about therapy is that seeing a therapist is a sign of weakness. In fact, quite the opposite is true. Recognizing the need for help and seeking it is a sign of both strength and your determination to live a productive and meaningful life! Working together, we will identify your goals—what you want to have happen—and agree on how you’ll know when you are making progress.

Therapy has one clear and definite purpose: that something of positive value and constructive usefulness will come out of it for you. Therapy can help you clarify what your goals are for leading getting more out of life or dealing with life’s ups and downs more effectively. It can help you get un-stuck in moving toward your goals and then help you see if you are moving in the right direction.

Whether your goal is to deal better with your feelings or move past a traumatic experience, therapy can and does help.

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