Thanks for reading! I have worked with clients from impoverished to affluent backgrounds in both rural and densely urban settings. To me, our relationships (or lack thereof) are the most important and shaping things in our lives, and I believe most of us learn to assume things about ourselves and others that can wear us down if not addressed.
Our emotions and thoughts can seem like they have lives of their, and we can come to feel helpless when it seems like no matter what we say or do, we still feel misunderstood, angry, not cared for, or alone.
Most people seem to look for a therapist only when things have become almost unbearable, and it feels like there's no way out or no hope. You might have even stopped talking to people when things get bad, because the people you tell don't know what to say.
Feeling understood, to me, is the most important thing you can get out of therapy. After that, there are always things to try, to disrupt the cycle and find a new footing to hopefully see the world differently and feel hopeful.
|Type:||Licensed Professional Counselor|
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