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Considering Therapy

Can I benefit from therapy?

You may have questions about therapy and whether it is right for you or a loved one. It may be that you are reluctant because you do not know what to expect. People seek therapy for many different reasons. Some people come in to therapy because they are feeling anxious or stressed out. Others come to counseling because they are feeling sad, lonely or struggling in a relationship.

Therapy Can Benefit Most People

Dr. Bisignano believes that just about anyone can benefit from therapy at one time or another. Life presents us with many challenges that sometimes cause confusion or an overload of emotions. Learning to navigate and process these difficult circumstances is important for our growth and well-being. Whether it is to gain a deeper understanding of yourself, learn how to connect better in relationships, or develop new communication skills, therapy offers many life tools, support and encouragement for better mental health and wellness.

Whatever issue or problem you may be experiencing at the moment, know that there is help and that you don’t have to struggle alone. Research shows that often times people struggle with problems for years before seeking help. If you are feeling that you would like to explore therapy and want to know if it is right for you, start by asking yourself the following questions.

7 Questions to Find Out if Therapy is Right for You

  1. Are you feeling overwhelmed, experiencing a prolonged sense of sadness or helplessness?
  2. Are your problems getting worse despite your efforts and support from family or friends?
  3. Do you find it difficult to carry out every day activities, to concentrate on work or school assignments?
  4. Do you find yourself worrying excessively, expecting the worst-case scenario to happen, constantly feeling irritable or on edge?
  5. Are you finding that your problems are causing you to drink too much or use drugs?
  6. Are your problems causing you to react aggressively or cause you to rage?
  7. Do you find yourself having thoughts about harming yourself or others?

If you answered yes to any of these questions therapy might be a very good option for you. If you would like to find out more about therapy or set up an appointment, please contact Dr. Bisignano today for a 15-minute complimentary consultation.

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