Feeling Better with Psychotherapy
Did you know that a very small percentage of people seek psychotherapy as a way to feel better about themselves? This percentage is a surprising ONE percent of the population! And yet psychotherapy, or talk-therapy with a trusted mental health professional, is the way to get to the CORE of troubling issues in one’s life. Sadly, many people choose quick-fix solutions to feel better, but these kinds of solutions only treat the symptoms, not the core of the issue. Indeed, some people choose to anesthetize troubling issues by masking them with alcohol or drugs, over-shopping, overeating, or any of the addictive “isms” people can fall prey to. With these methods of coping, people can–temporarily–feel better. Maybe for a few minutes, an hour, or a few hours.
Do you want “feeling better” to last longer, perhaps even for the rest of your life? Psychotherapy may be for you. While many people assume that seeking psychotherapy means there is “something wrong” with them, Faith wants to assure people that EVERYONE has issues from the past that impact our everyday lives, causing disruptions in our relationships with ourselves and others, both in the workplace and in our personal lives. Talking about troubling feelings with a trusted professional can help you MAKE SENSE of past issues and thus engage in life in a new and meaningful way.
Make the change to feel better. Try psychotherapy. Faith offers a FREE first consultation, so you can experience first-hand what it’s all about.