You, your loved one, or family, might not fit neatly into one of the other Spectrum areas.
And we recognize that this is a part of the life continuum. At any point in your life, you may have a struggle or challenge that you need to talk about with someone outside of your close circle.
This can include any of the following (but is not limited to:)
- Day-to-day life: waking up, getting kids ready for school, going to work, coming home, fixing dinner, making sure homework is done, getting everyone to sleep, managing household chores, finances, and bills.
- Feeling isolated
- Taking Care of Others (see article here on Caregiver Stress and Burnout: A Caregiver’s Guide to Coping with Stress and Burnout – Caring.com https://www.caring.com/caregivers/burnout/ )
- Considering a big life decision (such as with a job, move, or relationship)
- Feeling overwhelmed, but maybe you don’t know why
- SOMETHING JUST DOESN’T FEEL RIGHT
If you’re already wondering when to get therapy in Virginia due to any of these issues, now’s the time to give us a call. Letting these smaller issues weigh you down without addressing them can lead to more serious problems such as depression, anxiety and long-term stress. One of the key benefits of having a therapist is just being able to talk through your struggles, because in many cases this is all that’s needed to relieve them, no matter how old you are.
We also offer teletherapy options to provide you with a convenient resource when you need a sympathetic ear. If you want to know when to get counseling, there’s no bad time to seek out a professional opinion for you or someone you love. Reach out to us today to schedule your first appointment.