These FAQs are designed to provide a better understanding how we work


Do I really need therapy?  I can usually handle my problems. 

Although we are very capable of handling problems on our own, seeking help is not a sign of weakness.

It's a sign of courage and strength. 

To know if you'd benefit from counseling try asking yourself the following questions:

  1. How long have you been trying to resolve your concern?
  2. What have you tried that hasn't worked?
  3. Would you be happy or satisfied if there were no change in the next year or two?
  4. How much is costing you as far as time, wages lost, stress, or lack of energy?

Most importantly, counseling is a voluntary process. 

If you've had that nudge telling you it's time.  Perhaps, it's the right time to call.  

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