Are you stuck in a rut and having a hard time shaking it? Have you attempted to fix your problems on your own but unable to fix them? We are creatures of habit. New solutions might be necessary to help with your problem. In a previous article, I outlined several benefits of attending therapy with a therapist.
If you have ever been diagnosed with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), substance abuse issues or any other mental health disorder, it’s highly recommended that you attend therapy with a therapist. Even if you haven’t been diagnosed with a mental health disorder, you can still benefit from attending therapy. Are you having a difficult time coping with everything on your plate? If so, you might want to consider attending therapy with a therapist.
The American Psychological Association (APA) encourages you to consider therapy when something causes distress or interferes with some part of your life, especially when:
Has someone told you that you should attend therapy in Fort Worth with a therapist or that you should at least consider it? Have you thought about it on and off for a while now and tired of being on the fence? One day you are convinced you need to attend but then the next day you talk yourself out of it. Does that sound familiar to you? If that is the case, then I think we both know what the answer needs to be. It’s the three-letter answer (yes)!
The same three-letter word is my answer if you are always venting to the same people. Don’t get me wrong. It’s great to have supportive family and friends. But, let’s face it, they are biased! Not to mention, is telling them going to impact your relationship with them, their relationship with your significant other, the way the perceive you or someone else in the future, etc. Most likely no. Therapists are unbiased and professionally trained to help you be the best you.
We all experience stress, but a major life event is a totally different event. It’s important to seek help and handle stress appropriately to prevent the problem getting worse. Stress, whether from any of these 5 events or any other, can not only impact you emotionally, but physically as well.
According to research, the top 5 most stressful life events (in now particular order) are:
If you think you might benefit from attending therapy or uncertain if you should go, you can take a brief quiz by clicking here: Keep in mind, if you think that you need therapy, there is no need to take the quiz and you should just go ahead and get the process started. It is only 12 questions. You can do it.
Here is some food for thought. Even if you don’t think that you need it, you can still benefit from it! There is something to be said for being proactive and not letting the situation get worse. Don’t let this happen to you.
Have you decided that you should attend therapy and want to get something scheduled? If you want to get something scheduled with me, you can schedule an appointment online. You can also contact me by using the contact us page. You can learn about what to expect at therapy with me by reading this previous article I wrote on what to expect at your first therapy session at Fort Wellness Counseling.
With that being said, I am not the only therapist in Fort Worth. Fort Worth is the now the 12th largest city in the United States. I can promise you there are a ton of therapist nearby that do great work. If you want to find another therapist, check out this helpful article I wrote that shows you how to find the best therapist for you.
The most important thing is that you get some professional support from a trained therapist and counselor. Don’t forget – You deserve to thrive.
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