One Question That We Often Get Asked Is:
“Why therapy? It’s all talk anyways, I don’t get why I can’t just speak to my friends and family”
To be fair, it’s a decent question, and for many of us, speaking to loved ones can be helpful. But for some of us, that might not be an option. Friends and family are helpful because they know us well, but it can be a dual edged sword, as they can come with baggage as well. Shared history and experiences means that sometimes conversations can be difficult, and also lead to uncomfortable encounters with them in the future what with them having known your darkest thoughts and feelings.
That’s When Speaking To A Therapist Can Be Helpful.
Therapy gives you the space to be yourself, without fear of judgement or criticism. Having a space where you can speak your mind freely can be incredibly cathartic, and might be just what you need to unburden yourself from what you’re going through.
Take a safe space free of judgement where unconditional positive regard is the norm, combine that with our clinical training, and what you have is a setting that is primed for self-discovery, and one that facilitates the change that you want in life.
Therapy is not without it’s perils. Much like how ripping off a bandaid can hurt at first, therapy can sometimes bring to the surface past hurts. But once the hurt has passed and been experienced, the healing can occur. Just like how a ripped off bandaid with some hair on it, allows the wound underneath to heal. And although we can’t take away the pain for you, we look forward to journeying with you as you get back on your feet.
Services We Provide
Things That You Can Come In For
- Panic attacks
- Specific phobias
- Difficulties sleeping
- Improving quality of life
- Workplace stressors