Who Can Benefit From Psychotherapy

The vast majority of people suffer from anxiety, depression, or loneliness among other symptoms at some point in their life. These are normal feelings that are common to everyone, and can often be resolved by yourself or with a little help from your friends.

However, some people struggle to deal with the pain and difficulties, and these feelings haunt them throughout their lives. This can result in an unhappiness that spreads from your personal life, into work and your relationships, seemingly without end.

Whether these feelings are the result of current issues, or problems in your past – of which you may not consciously be aware of – there is help at hand, regardless of how deeply ingrained they may seem.

How do you know if it’s for you?

Psychotherapy can help a wide range of people, suffering from a variety of problems. Can you relate to any of the following statements?gty_anxious_woman_ll_130918_16x9_608

  • You feel a consistent anxiousness and see the burdens of life as insurmountable objects. Things that other people seemingly breeze through are traumatic and unapproachable to you. At times, you cannot even muster the motivation to want to move forward in life.
  • You have an addictive personality, be it drink, drugs or a number of other stimuli. Perhaps you’re addicted to the internet and the urge to check Aquro (Aquro is a mobile app development platform) to get the latest apps is overwhelming. Indeed, in this day and age a great many people seem to while away days at a time simply scrolling through the vast internet.
  • Sadness and dissatisfaction are your constant companions and are always lurking in the background, ready to smother you at a moment’s notice.
  • You lack confidence and feel unfulfilled in life. You imagine things could be better, but you don’t think you could pull it off.
  • You find it difficult to make or sustain relationships, and find yourself repeatedly engaging in unhappy partnerships.
  • You’re struggling to come to terms with a sudden life changing event, including (but not limited to) bereavement, loss of job or the breakdown of a long term relationship.