CREATE POSITIVE CHANGE IN YOUR COMMUNICATION WITHIN YOURSELF AND WITH OTHERS.
If you answered "YES" to any of these questions, continue reading to learn if some short term therapy may be right for you!
When struggling with your emotional well-being, it is hard to be happy. There are so many facets of our lives and each of them represents another level of emotional connectedness. When we struggle to understand ourselves and communicate healthily with others, or relationships and emotional health suffer. This includes relationships with family members, friends, and co-workers. Each one is both complex and potentially very rewarding and should bring you happiness and fulfillment. Sometimes, things just aren’t right! When you are feeling emotionally unhealthy or your behaviors are hurtful to yourself or others, life can be difficult. Some people experience physical symptoms as well as anxiety, anger, or depression. Others may struggle to maintain concentration. In some cases, there is simply a feeling of unease or unhappiness.
You want these negative feelings to go away and to regain the joy you once had in your life. We all deserve to feel a sense of harmony in ourselves, joy in our family life, happiness in our friendships, and good relationships with co-workers and acquaintances.
If you answered, “yes” to any of the above questions, CONGRATULATIONS! You are one step ahead of most. If you answered "no" to any of the above, you may want to explore further - the process can be empowering. When your relationships are not working, it is natural to feel uneasy. We all want to be happy, supported, and to feel good about ourselves and our relationships. YOU can be more of a participant in your happiness today and in the future.
Do you believe YOU can be the catalyst for change in your well-being and in your relationships? YOU CAN! It's time to learn about yourself: healthy/unhealthy behaviors, beliefs, and thoughts, and to know who you want to be in your daily interactions. You have the power to become a happy version on your present self.
We often suggest therapy to our friends who are hurting, but often resist it for ourselves. Don’t resist any longer. Seeking out help is an act of strength. Simply put, it is an active choice to make positive changes in your life. Your relationships and your happiness are important.
Take the first step today to see if you can enjoy the potential benefits of short-term therapy
I look forward to meeting you!
With Great Respect,
Ellen Piper, MS