Why does someone seek individual counseling services? More often then not clients who contact us for individual therapy are looking for ways to better cope with life stressors. Anxiety and depression are common feelings that come up when we struggle with relationship issues, chronic pain or infertility, work or career concerns, and family stress, just to list a few.
Some clients seek counseling because life transitions such as divorce, death of a loved one, or even moving to a new city, can leave a person feeling, “lost”. Sometimes you may just be searching for ways to achieve personal growth, greater purpose or satisfaction with your career or relationships. A number of our clients have also experienced challenges related to addictions or have experienced an event with a traumatic impact where they see themselves and the world around them differently and having a therapist trained in trauma can be really healing and corrective.
Whatever your concern, our highly skilled therapists here at InnerVoice Psychotherapy & Consultation provide client-centered psychotherapy and strive to provide a safe environment to explore your feelings and help to achieve your goals.
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To provide the best and most personal experience possible, we have multiple therapists on staff at InnerVoice PC. Use the form below to contact us or if you'd prefer to email us directly, please do so at: [email protected]. We look forward to connecting with you.
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