Therapy Can Help
Therapy (Psychotherapy) is designed to help inviduals understand there are things they can do to improve their situation. Learning new ways of thinking, coping, responding and communicating with others, is essential to aquiring skills to enhance healthier thoughts and behaviors. Often persons seeking care, want to learn how to improve ways to cope, have better relationships, learn to manage their emotions , improve their job and school performance, or want to think less negatively.
-understand your mental health condition;
-define and reach wellness goals;
-overcome fears or insecurities;
-cope with stress;
-make sense of past traumatic experiences;
-separate your true personality from the moods caused by your condition;
-identify triggers that may worsen your symptoms;
-improve relationships with family and friends;
-establish a stable, dependable routine;
-develop a plan for coping with crises;
-understand why things bother you and what you can do about them; and end destructive habits (excessive drinking, using drugs, overspending or unhealthy sex).
Types of Therapists
There are many different types of therapists--all with varying methods, specialities, and degrees. A skilled therapist can help you identify key issues, teach coping skills, help you problem solve and learn to change unhealthy behaviors that keep you stuck in unhealthy situations or cycles.
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Learn more about the specialties of therapists to choose the best fit for you.
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Types of Psychiatric Providers