Life can be hard.
Sometimes past experiences can haunt us. New challenges can knock us off our feet. You may feel overwhelmed, exhausted, and pushed to your limit. You may have increased stress, more strained relationships, or intense emotions that feel out of control. You may find changes in your appetite, sleep patterns, or energy levels. You may find yourself constantly thinking about past events. At times you may feel as if you are barely surviving each new day. The worries and stress of everyday life can burden us. When these symptoms cause distress in your life, people notice changes in you, and nothing you are doing seems to help, it may be time to seek therapy from a trained professional.
Therapy can help.
A trained therapist can give you the support you need. They can provide a new perspective, new insights into your current problems, and (most importantly) new skills and techniques to help relieve your symptoms and reduce your stress. Therapy can help you feel better now and give you tools to help feel better in the future.
While quality therapy has been shown to be the most effective way to treat issues like depression and anxiety, it isn’t only for those struggling with diagnosed mental health conditions. Therapy can be a unique opportunity to speak with a caring but objective third-party in a confidential setting, or where you can explore ideas about how to live a healthier and more fulfilling life. Therapy is an opportunity for mental growth – an opportunity to THRIVE!
Why Made to Thrive?
At Made To Thrive we offer counseling for individuals, couples, and families. All counseling sessions are client-centered and tailored to meet your specific needs. Sessions can incorporate a range of modalities such as supportive talk-therapy, short-term solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), or dialectical behavior therapy (DBT).
You are the focus, and your goals are the goals for therapy.
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Deciding to contact a therapist for an appointment can be difficult, but when you are ready to call, we’ll be ready to answer. The sooner you take this step, the sooner you can start to feel better.