Therapy has the potential to open up new doors for the courageous people who choose to walk through them. However, finding the right therapist can often be a challenging and daunting experience. It’s hard to open up to someone you don’t know, but a feeling of trust and non-judgment are cornerstones for a good therapeutic alliance. A good question to ask yourself is “Do I think that eventually this is a person who I can tell everything to, no matter how embarrassed or ashamed I am of my feelings?" If the answer is yes, then chances are this is a “good fit.”

Typical problems that individuals seek therapy for are:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Relationship problems
  • Panic attacks & phobias
  • Job or career difficulties
  • Stress
  • Substance abuse
  • Health-related issues
  • Bereavement & grief
  • Family issues
  • Elder care concerns
  • Creative blocks and/or performance anxiety

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