Psychotherapy is often seen as a last-resort option.
One more #PsychotherapyMyth sounds like:
Therapy is only for really serious problems.
In reality, therapy can help people with a variety of needs, like the following:
common mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety disorders,
managing feelings of grief, such as after losing a loved one or having a medical illness,
coping with different types of trauma,
dealing with the challenges of navigating everyday life.
Psychotherapy can also be helpful for anyone who wants to learn how to manage stressful life situations, such as:
identify ways to manage emotions,
resolve relationship conflicts and learn better ways to communicate,
deal with parenting challenges,
cope with crisis, illness, grief, loss and death,
overcome emotional trauma related to abuse or violence,
work on self-esteem issues,
manage setting and reaching goals,
resolve job or career issues.
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