At the start of the year, many of us make new goals. While some may focus on fitness or career goals, many also prioritize relational and mental health goals. For example, folks may strive to improve self-care, decrease stress and anxiety, increase quality time and connection with family, or strengthen self-esteem.
There are many ways to pursue mental and relational health, of course. And for some, seeking therapy can kickstart that process.
So when is it a good time to give therapy a try? I offer some insight on this topic in this Elite Daily article, alongside other mental health professionals.
Some of the signs include:
– Anxiety Is Making Life More Difficult
– You’ve Gone Through A Difficult Change
– You’re Leaning On Substances To Cope
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