How Does Therapy Help
You and your therapist form a synergistic alliance, through which you are helped to navigate your concerns. Our therapists follow the Cognitive Behavior Therapy models for assisting you through your life challenges. Some of the concerns that clients bring to therapy are :-
Anxiety and Worry
Sadness and depression
Anger and irritability
Thoughts of self-Harm and suicide
Stress and coping
Dealing with loss and grief
Managing change in life
Inability to concentrate / loss of focus
Other psychological concerns
Benefits of Therapy
Therapy is your safe and confidential space to explore your concerns, your strengths and your limitations without being judged. A therapist will help you through your crisis at your own pace and by empowering you to resolve your difficulties. If required they will refer you to a medical professional (Psychiatrist).
Therapy will help you:-
get clarity on the causes of your distress
strengthen your problem solving resources
identify your core beliefs that fuel dysfunction
reduce distress by developing effective and personalized palliative methods
develop resilience to reduce future distress
How to know if you need therapy...
Some Warning Signs
The following checklist is not an exhaustive list of symptoms nor is having these symptoms a sure sign of mental health condition. These symptoms should only be used to recognize the need for a thorough check up.
Intense and debilitating emotions
If you are experiencing emotions that are intense, debilitating or difficult to regulate, then you may want to seek help. Emotions like intense sadness, anxiety, irritability etc. might be a cause of concern.
Loss or excess of sleep
If you experience a change in your sleeping patterns (excess or depletion) without an explainable cause (e.g. change in a job shift) then you may want to check out it's cause.
Unexplained change in appetite
If you experience a change in your appetite or weight that can not be explained by any antecedent factor (e.g. dieting) then you may want to see a medial professional as well as a therapist.
Inability to concentrate on work
If you find it difficult to stay focused, or seem not to be able to concentrate on what you do, then you may want to consider getting it checked
Irritability or anger
Excess irritability and anger may be a sign of deteriorating mental health. No harm in getting some perspective.
Difficulty in maintaining relationships
If you experience conflicts that get in your way of functioning, then you may want to see us .
Recent crisis or trauma
If you have recently experienced a crisis, a trauma or a loss, then you may want to consider supportive therapy.
Loss of interest in activities you previously enjoyed
If you are experiencing a loss of interest in activities or life in general, then please seek help.
If you find your sexual functioning change without any physical antecedent then you may want to consider talking to a therapist.
Thoughts of self-harm or suicide
If you experience thoughts of self-harm or experience suicidal ideations, then please seek help immediately.
If you think you might be experiencing hallucinations, then you may want to consult a therapist
Other signs that feel 'off'.
If you think your usual functioning has changed, or you are experiencing emotional states that you can not explain, then you may want to rule out certain conditions.
A Gold Standard for Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, is a short-term therapy that can help people resolve their concerns by changing the way they think. CBT is an umbrella of a number of theories proposed by eminent psychologists some of the noteworthy names being Aron T Beck, Albert Ellis, Raymond Digiuseppe, and Windy Dryden
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