You’ve been feeling for a while now like something’s… off.
You aren’t acting like yourself. Emotions are building up inside, or being taken out on your loved ones.
Why start psychotherapy now?
Whatever your hesitations about starting therapy are, I get it. Seeking therapy is a big step. And yet, most things worth doing are difficult at first.
Therapy is an investment in yourself that can greatly improve your quality of life.
The sooner you start therapy, the more likely you’ll be able to prevent difficulties from getting worse. You’ll look back in 6 months and feel so glad you started today.
Short-term benefits of psychotherapy
- Feel a sense of relief and reassurance that everything will be okay
- Release everything that has been on your mind with a great listener who will give you their full attention
- Understand what you’re feeling and why
- Get a fresh perspective on what you’ve been going through
- Learn specific strategies to cope with anxiety, depression, and stress
Long-term benefits of psychotherapy
- Refined communication skills
- Improved confidence and assertiveness
- Mastery over strong emotions
- A deeper understanding of yourself and your relationships
- A greater sense of purpose and connection
- Prevention of health problems associated with prolonged stress (like heart conditions, eating disorders, sexual dysfunction, and gastrointestinal problems)
Psychotherapy for Millennials
With everything that millennials already have to cope with, therapy should be as accessible and convenient as possible.
Ready to start online counseling with a professional who gets it?
Online Counseling Internationally
I provide teletherapy or online counseling to people in countries worldwide. As long as you’re comfortable receiving therapy services in English, we’re good to go! Time differences may make scheduling a little more complicated, but it’s nothing we can’t figure out.
Excited to start counseling wherever YOU are?
Take the first step towards healing.
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