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Thinking About Therapy: Next Steps
- What changes in your life are you considering?
You can use the brief, helpful survey below to assess your motivation for these changes.
- How Important is this change to you right now?
- How Confident are you about making this change?
- How Ready are you to make this change?
Consider seeking help from a Psychologist. Psychologists are uniquely trained to understand the factors that promote change.
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Occasional anxiety and worry are an expected part of life. People with an anxiety disorder experience intense, excessive, or persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. Anxiety disorders can interfere with daily activities, be difficult to control and can get worse over time.
Fluctuations in mood are a part of everyday life. Everyone goes through periods of being unusually happy, sad or blue. People with depression have a persistent feeling of sadness, hopelessness and loss of interest. Episodes of depression can interfere with daily activities, cause social isolation, and leave one feeling hopeless.
Healthy relationships with spouses, family, friends and at work are just as important as good nutrition and physical activity to our health and well-being. All relationships exist on a continuum from healthy to abusive with unhealthy somewhere in the middle. Unhealthy relationships can interfere with all aspects of people’s lives and can get worse and lead to abuse.