Is Counseling For Me?

People like you and me go to counseling every day for hundreds of different reasons, many of which are not because of a crisis.

Think of counseling like going to the doctor. Most of us attend doctors regularly for everything from a physical to pap-smear to a cold to the flu to a broken arm to the ER. Some of these trips are preventative and some of them are urgent.

Your mental, emotional, and spiritual health work the same way. There are degrees of need and degrees of care. Some people enter counseling through a crisis and others come in to prevent one. So wherever you are, I’m sure you can benefit from counseling.

Great Reasons to Seek Counseling

  • Marriage / Engagement
  • New Job
  • New Baby
  • Loss of Job
  • Loss of a Loved One
  • Frequent Arguments
  • General Dissatisfaction
  • Unfulfilled Dreams
  • Worries
  • New Goals
  • Recent Move
  • Want to Strengthen a Relationship
  • Hoping for Reconciliation in a Broken Relationship
  • Unhealed Wounds from Past Experiences
  • Feeling Stuck
  • “The Baby Blues”
  • Toddlers are Maddening
  • Determining Life Direction
  • Relationships with Parents
  • Figuring out In-laws
  • Adjusting to new roles as Parents
  • Infertility
  • Terminal Illness
  • Depression