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What Kind of Therapy is Best for You?

Everyone is unique in their quest for mental health improvement. We each carry our own life story with its ups and downs, inspiring chapters and dark chapters, and chapters we may have forgotten. Those stories started when we were very young, and our experiences and events shaped who we are and how we think today.

Finding what kind of therapy is there for your specific concern could be the liferaft needed to carry you to safer and healthier mental shores, and ultimately help you find more ease, and joy, in your day-to-day life.

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Benefits of Seeing a Therapist

Therapy is not just for those who feel as though things are falling apart. Choosing to see a therapist can help buoy your daily life, providing clarity for the calm days, and empowering you with tools to help manage tumultuous times. According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), in 2019, 19.2% of adults in the U.S. received some form of mental health treatment.

Seeing a therapist offers a safe and supportive place to discuss any issues that may be causing distress. The benefits of therapy vary and, while not a “quick fix”, can transform your life and how you live it for the long term.
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