Are you struggling to feel happy or even just “normal?” 

Chances are you could benefit from individual therapy.  This type of therapy gives you the opportunity to explore your feelings and behaviors in a way that is private, safe, and nonjudgmental.  Sometimes, there are problems that are best worked on through individual counseling. If you find that personal issues are getting in the way of how you function in your day-to-day routine, then maybe it’s time to consider addressing your concerns. 

The aftermath of a divorce, adjusting to parenthood, relocating to a new home, or the death of a loved one can affect you in ways that you had not expected.  Past relationships can have you feeling a certain way about yourself that is unhelpful.  And certainly, persisting issues such as low self-esteem, depression, and anxiety can leave you feeling overwhelmed or dissatisfied.   

Too often, we walk around on autopilot that we hardly give thought to what we think or feel anymore.  We keep pushing through, but nothing changes.  So maybe now it’s time to tune into yourself once more and discover your authentic self!   

 

Individual therapy can help with:

  • Reflecting on past experiences

  • Identifying areas of strength & weakness

  • Promoting healthy habits

  • Gaining insight to your responses or behaviors

  • Making better relational connections

  • Tuning into your wants and needs

  • Setting healthy, attainable goals

To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.
— Ralph Waldo Emerson