FINDING THE RIGHT THERAPIST FOR YOU
Therapeutic change requires the client’s motivation and perseverance, but it can be the path to a new narrative and to more satisfying work and personal relationships. Negative thoughts and emotions have historically been construed as parts of our personality to avoid, deny, hide, or escape. However, thoughts which create disturbing emotions, such as shame, guilt, disappointment, anger, frustration, and fear can be transformed into more rational, empowering, and managed thoughts through a process of acknowledging them as both real and valid but also as often counterproductive to completing daily tasks and as damaging to one’s interpersonal relationships.
Please reach out by text to 786-468-0675 with any questions or concerns regarding finding a therapist.
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