Counseling can be extremely helpful if you are in the beginning stages of your recovery. Counseling can help you confront self-defeating behavior, help you learn how to express difficult emotions, give you relief from depression or anxiety, and give you an overall better understanding of your own trauma and how if effects your daily life.
You will learn more about yourself and also create a trusting relationship with a clinician who understands what you have been through. You will gain a unique relationship where you will have a forum to speak freely and know that what you share is confidential.
There are many issues that a counselor can help you address. They include family and relationship problems, self-defeating behaviors, grief and loss, difficulty managing stress, coping with traumatic events, domestic violence or sexual assault, anxiety and panic attacks, depression, issues with eating disorders, and compulsive behaviors.
Please fill out a contact form if you feel counseling is the right choice for you.