The fact that you are reading this page means that you probably feel like there are aspects of your life that you could be happier with.  Here are three questions for you to contemplate: Are you able to love and be loved in the ways you desire? Are you able to dream or set goals and pursue your dreams and goals? Do you know your self worth? Most problems that people bring to therapy are related to one or more of these questions. If you reply “no” on any of these questions, you could probably benefit from therapy.

Additionally, here are some other questions that can help you when considering if therapy is right for you: Is there a persistent problem, condition, and way of feeling that has been bothering you for a while? Is there something that you want to change about yourself or your life? Are you tired of having the same conversation about something over and over in your head or with your friends, yet nothing seems to change? Does the issue feel too big to tackle by yourself? Are you tired of feeling the way you have been feeling? Are you finally ready to do something about it? Has that quiet, intuitive little voice inside of you been nudging you to get some outside, professional help with something…. and it keeps nudging in spite of your attempts to ignore it? If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions…. it’s time.