There are many times and reasons in life when things seem confusing and overwhelming. Recognizing your feelings is the first step towards getting the help you need and regaining that rewarding and healthy balance you deserve.
If you answer yes to one or more of the following questions, and they are causing you or your loved ones concern, consider calling us at 215-914-4190 for an initial consultation. You are not alone and there are options for help.
- Have you recently experienced a major life change—positive or negative?
- Do you have difficulty maintaining healthy, satisfying relationships?
- Do you frequently feel fatigue not related to a physical condition?
- Do you feel irritable for “no reason”?
- Are you often sad?
- Do you cry “too easily” or excessively?
- Do you sleep “too much”?
- Do you have trouble falling asleep?
- Do you have difficulty concentrating?
- Are you obsessed with food or body image issues?
- Do you frequently feel anxious?
- Do you “worry about everything”?
- Have you been diagnosed with a chronic or terminal illness?
- Do you care for someone with a chronic or terminal illness?
- Do you have difficulty making decisions?
- Do you suffer from feelings of inadequacy?
Therapy is a collaborative process between patient and counselor. As with any relationship, your best chance for success depends on the confidence and trust you place in your therapist. It’s important to be an active participant in your sessions, and don’t rush the process. It can take time to understand underlying issues and make progress, but when done right, it can make a world of difference.
An initial consultation helps determine whether psychotherapy will be of benefit. During this appointment, the therapist will ask questions about your medical and psychological history, family background and the present circumstances and/or symptoms that prompted your visit. This information allows the therapist to determine whether counseling is warranted and, if so, make a recommendation for treatment. If you decide to come to the Counseling Center, you and your therapist will then discuss and agree upon an appropriate treatment plan.
This is a confidential service and includes the opportunity to meet with a mental health professional at no cost. For a daytime appointment, call 215-914-4190.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help by calling 215-914-4190 or send us an email.