Psychotherapy can pave the way to gaining new perspective on difficult problems.
Whether you are working with a psychotherapist one-on-one, with your partner in couples therapy, or in a therapy group, psychotherapy can help you to feel more empowered in relationships and to alter self-defeating behaviors.
Engagement in psychotherapy can provide support and opportunities for reflection and problem solving when coping skills are overwhelmed by painful feelings of doubt, guilt or despair. And, at times, particularly when feeling isolated, depressed or anxious it can be helpful just to know that someone understands and can help you make sense of what you are feeling.
Psychotherapy is a collaborative journey designed to help you deal with family-of-origin issues, communications problems, life transitions, anxiety and depression. Learning how your past gets carried forward into the present (including old solutions that no longer work) can open new options for more rewarding life choices.
The first step in this important journey is choosing the right psychotherapist. There will likely be many to choose from and taking the time to find the right match is very important to a successful outcome.