When a lot is going on in life, many people find it hard to cope. Most people who start treatment for a Transition feel lost in life on some level, unsure of how to find their way. Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you know you’d be happier if you made changes, but it feels safer and more comfortable to stay the same, or you can’t seem to find your direction or purpose.
Stuck in negativity and feeling worried all the time, you may feel like life is simply too hard.
Do You Feel Lonely, Stressed, Scared, Overwhelmed?
Do any of the following resonate with you?
~ You feel lonely, even when you are with others.
~ You sometimes wake up feeling like you’re dying.
~ You feel dread, fear, strange thoughts, and a pounding heart.
~ You wake up every morning feeling overwhelmed and depressed.
~ You feel like there are so many things to manage and your forever growing “to do list” leaves you feeling completely overwhelmed.
If these sound true for you, we want you to know that even though you may feel alone, know that many people in your circumstances need support considering the many challenges you are facing. Change is stressful. Most people need help when they’re in transition and trying to make meaning out of their experience.
It’s possible to feel better. Imagine a life where you could…
~ Stop worrying all the time.
~ Shift into a more positive and hopeful outlook on life.
~ Figure out who you are and what direction to go in next.
~ Create a more meaningful life based on who you are and what you desire.
~ Change your life for the better.
Navigate Life’s Challenges Now
Therapy with a seasoned guide helps you rise above your challenges and start moving towards your ideal life with less confusion and more confidence.
You will get the new mindset you need to move through difficult life experiences and finally find answers and get the help you need.
Even if you are not sure if your problem is severe enough, Brown Therapy Center may be able to help.
Our therapists have helped many individuals through their painful transitions by supporting their process and ultimately guiding them to a place where they can feel grounded. They’ve helped find ways to support, contain and understand painful, scary experiences and find structure within so that the individuals could re-emerge into their lives with a deeper understanding of who they are and where they’ve been.
Brown Therapy Center has many psychotherapists and transition coaches who are here to help.
How Therapy for Transitions Works
Individual therapy consists of 50-minute, one-on-one sessions that help you work through your concerns. In addition to listening, your therapist will ask questions and join you on your journey. They will play an active role. Here’s how it will work step-by-step:
First, we provide a safe, accepting space so that you will feel comfortable sharing your struggles.
Through hearing your story, we will start to get a picture of what your challenges are.
We will start with helping you with immediate concerns like managing difficult emotions and challenging life situations
We will also work to discover what your goals are in therapy and in life.
Keeping your unique goals in mind, we’ll figure out what’s needed to help you reach them
Over the course of our sessions, you will start making progress towards the life you desire.
Research shows that Depth Psychotherapy and Counseling can positively change your thinking, beliefs, emotions, and behaviors. It can help you let go of what’s holding you back.
Let’s Get Started Today
Ready to start feeling better? If you feel lost in life on some level, unsure of how to find your way, psychotherapy or counseling could help.
Start now and discover ways to manage whatever life throws at you. During your free phone consultation, you can start getting a feel for how Brown Therapy Center can help discuss the next steps.
Please email me for your free phone consultation today at email@example.com
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