Exploring your Experience
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Psychotherapy is defined as an active collaboration between the therapist and client. Whether you are participating in couples, individuals or group therapy, you’ll have a completely confidential relationship with your therapist where you can reveal your feelings in a safe environment.
Although therapy can sometimes be a challenging process, the people who are committed to doing the hard work are able to face their emotional challenges and begin to make positive changes in their lives.
A therapist is a person who will support and listen to you and provide you with useful feedback and insight based on what you tell them. You’ll be able to speak with them openly and honestly without any judgment or the fear of hurting someone’s feelings. The relationship with your therapist it strictly confidential and they follow ethical guidelines which define their profession.
Abuse survivor issues
Abandonment and fear of abandonment
Abortion or post abortion Issues
Addictions – drugs, alcohol and more
Adjusting to change or life transitions
Adoption or reunion issues
Blended family issues
Caregiver issues or stress
Child and adolescent issues
Co-dependency or dependency
Developmental disorders - Autism, Asperger's, etc.
Divorce or divorce adjustment
Eating and food issues
Family of origin issues
Gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, and transgender Issues
Grief and loss
Health or medical issues
Infidelity or affair recovery
Isolation - emotional and social
Life purpose or meaning or inner-guidance
Oppositional and defiant Behavior
Phobias or fears
Physical illness or disease
Prejudice or discrimination
Relationships and marriage
Reproduction, pregnancy, and birthing
Self-Harm - cutting, etc.
Sensitivity to criticism
Sex or sexuality issues
Social phobia or anxiety
Suicidal thoughts, feelings and behaviors
Consumer reports conducted an extensive survey of their subscriber’s experience with psychotherapy. Out of the 7,000 respondents, 4,100 saw mental health professionals. The majority of the 4,100 people reported that seeing a psychologist, psychiatrist or a social worker had made them feel better.
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