A Therapist Can Help When Going Through a Challenging Life Transition
Manage Your Stress, Feel Calmer and Make Better Decisions
If you have difficulty with change, you are not alone.
Sometimes major changes in your life can go smoothly without incident. At other times, they can be difficult, full of stress, angst, and uncertainty.
Losing a job, starting a new, job, moving, the birth of a child, divorce, illness, the death of a loved one, retirement—these are just a few of the changes that can rock your life.
These life transitions can leave you reeling. You can feel confused, overwhelmed and unsure of what you should do or how to cope.
If the change is completely out of your hands—you are laid off, or a relationship ends, in addition to the disappointment, anger, and grief, you can feel powerlessness.
Even transitions that you have chosen can be stressful and bring up mixed feelings.
Life transitions can leave you feeling like there’s no ground to stand on.
Seeing a therapist when you’re going through a transition in your life can offer much needed support aimed to ease your stress, help you cope and embrace the change and look into ways to make the best of your new situation.
- Discover skills to manage stress around your transition.
- Calm yourself when you feel overwhelmed and confused.
- Get clarity in order to make the best decisions during this challenging time.
- Prepare in advance for a future change to make the transition as easy as possible.
Life transitions can stir up buried emotions, even if you are a relatively calm and a steady person. Therapy may be effective at healing old fears and wounds that may surface in times of transition.
Therapy aims to help you find a peaceful way through. After consultation we will develop a specific treatment plan based on your individual needs.