You may be searching for something more — more contentment, more fulfillment, more peace. Or maybe you’re looking for less — less chaos, less conflict, less pain. Either way, the first step to seek help is often the hardest, as well as the most important.
How do I know if I need therapy?
If you are feeling stuck, therapy is an opportunity to address issues or circumstances that are getting in the way of your contentment with life. If there is something that you can’t stop thinking or worrying about, therapy can help.
What is a Marriage and Family Therapist?
Marriage and Family Therapists are specially trained to help individuals, couples, and families resolve emotional, psychological, and interpersonal problems within the context of the family system.
What can I expect from therapy?
With your courage and commitment, you can expect relief from your problems, greater connection with your spouse or partner, and better relationships with those you love.
How long does therapy last?
Because therapy is such a highly personal and individual process, there is no set of sessions that works for everyone. However, a median is three to six months of treatment, though it may be shorter or longer for your unique situation. Marriage and therapy has been specifically shown to be highly effective as a brief form of treatment for relationship issues.