Why should I consider psychotherapy?
Everybody inevitably encounters problems they are unable to resolve on their own. When they occur, they frequently make relationships and daily living more painful. These often show up as marital difficulties, personal sexuality concerns, health issues, or career problems.
A common cultural myth is that seeking therapy means a person is somehow weak or flawed. The fact is that healthy people have learned how to recognize their need for help and then ask for it. They know what it takes to flourish. Seeking therapy shows personal strength as well as commitment to having a full, meaningful and productive life.
Here is a partial list of how psychotherapy can help you:
- Deepen your intimacy with one another
- Overcome the tyranny of anxiety and depression
- Overcome stress for a better and healthier lifestyle
- End behaviors sabotaging your life and relationships
- Create self-compassion through greater self-awareness
- Build deep personal confidence to create life satisfaction
- Make more informed decisions about important life choices
Specially trained, a therapist can help you work through your concerns in a way that is self-compassionate, while at the same time also helping you learn how to meet your deeper personal and relationship needs more effectively.
Healthy people have learned how to recognize their need for help and then ask for it. Seeking therapy shows a commitment to having a full, meaningful and productive life.
Life can sometimes be difficult.
Love doesn't have to be.
Dr. Jeff Kisling
7901 168th Avenue NE, Suite 101
Redmond, Washington 98052
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