I recommend seeking this type of help when stumbling upon psychological problems that interfere with your life and functioning. We can address problems such as anxiety, depression, anger, addiction, abuse, stress, eating issues, insomnia, grief, confidence. Please take into account that healing is not linear and relapses are normal.
Up to an extent, life is out of our control. Because obstacles are expected in any human beings experience, acknowledging that healing is not linear will set you free from rigid expectations and allow you to heal at your own pace.
No one can promise to fully heal you or take away all the negative emotions you experience, but with the right compatibility between you and your therapist, perseverance and commitment you can come a long way and improve the quality of your life.
Self-development is a need that is becoming increasingly important in our society. I think it is our duty to ourselves and a good predictor of healthy social interaction to invest in your personal growth.
While it is important to take into account the starting point, everyone’s inner and social life can be improved by asking the right questions at the right time. By acquiring new insight, healthy coping mechanism and tools, you will find things falling into place for you without needing to control every aspect of it.
Couples counseling is a very healthy and useful type of counseling which I recommend to any couple, no matter the stage or duration of their relationship. This will help you get to know your partner from a newly discovered perspective, while at the same time offer you techniques to better communicate, connect and understand
your other half.
I strongly encourage you and your partner to do this not just in times of crises, but also when you are in a good place, as this will anticipate and mediate future difficulties that naturally appear when two different people come together.
Being in a happy relationship is also something that must be learned.
We live in a time where the jobs we do, the way we socialize, the way we eat, sleep or move has been made drastically easier as before. What this leads to sometimes is the disconnection between body and mind.
I believe this to be one of the main causes of mental distress. In my extensive research and own journey to understanding how I can evolve and improve the quality of my life, I have found that along with psychotherapy, a mindfulness based approach is extremely efficient in teaching the body and mind to find inner peace and clarity.