Stress

Life is full of things that can cause stress like major life changes, problems at work or in relationships and financial problems. You don’t have to be chronically stressed out to benefit from talking to a therapist, either. When you are facing some of life’s stressors, talking with a therapist helps you organize your thoughts and priorities, develop coping strategies and forge a path to successful management of the stressful situation.
How can a therapist help with stress?
Talking with a therapist about stress helps you see the situation from a new perspective and develop tools that empower you to build a stress-free life. Whether you consider your stressors to be big or small, you can benefit from the safe space that therapists create where you can evaluate your life. We give you judgment-free feedback during honest discussion and help you learn how to embrace a new freedom in your life.
Signs of stress include:
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia or Excess Tiredness
  • Irritability
  • Distracted Thinking
  • Social Withdrawal
When should I seek therapy for stress?
Life is full of stressors and we all come across times in our lives when we become overwhelmed. Talking with a therapist helps you rebalance your mindset and gain perspective on the things that are causing stress in your life. Together, you and your therapist can identify changes that need to be made in your lifestyle or environment, develop coping mechanisms and work to create a life that is more balanced and peaceful.
Why should I seek therapy for stress?
Ongoing stressful situations can cause you to spend too much time in a fight or flight mode which can lead to chronic anxiety. Talking with a therapist helps you uncover the root causes of your stress and identify ongoing stressful situations. You and your therapist work together to then change the conditions that are contributing to your stress, including how you cope. The result is relief from your symptoms and a path forward to a more peaceful life.
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