Getting the Right Help How therapy can help you

Getting the Right Help

How therapy can help you

Getting the Right Help

Waiting too long to get the right help can be the biggest problem counselors see in their therapy practice. It makes sense why you might procrastinate to talk to a professional therapist in Orlando. It can be scary and anxiety producing to imagine talking to a stranger. The issue is that if you don’t know what is going wrong, then why do you keep trying to fix things on your own? Even counselors need counseling when they have issues because very rarely is someone a professional resource when it comes to their own life issues.

Let’s say you have an issue with your blood pressure. You aren’t going to treat yourself. You are going to see a medical doctor who is trained to help you with the problem. The same should be true for your mental health. If you have anxiety, negative thoughts, trouble in your relationship, or issues that you are not resolving alone, why wouldn’t you consult a resource trained in those issues? A therapist in Orlando specializes in helping you find answers to mental health problems. What type of mental health problems does therapy help with?

  1. Social Issues

    Problems with friends or issues with relationships can cause a lot of distress. To maintain healthy relationships, people need good communication skills and to be able to pick up on social ques. Feeling socially connected others is a vital part to being human. When that connection is difficult to make or maintain, people can feel lonely or unsupported. Therapy in Orlando helps you develop insight into where the challenges are and how to overcome them when it comes to your social game.

  2. Career Problems

    People spend 1/3 of their lives working. This is a large percentage of your life to spend feeling dissatisfied or irritated with your life. A therapist in Orlando will work with you to identify what is going on in your job, career, or education that is not working. They will help you develop a strategy to either make your current situation better or to help you change your circumstances altogether. The benefit is that the feedback you will get is not bias, like it would be if you discussed the issues with your boss, co-workers, or family.

  3. Relationship Troubles

    This is a huge area of concern for many people. It can be hard to navigate relationships and determine what is healthy and what is not. Many times people uncover a lot of valuable information about themselves when they are dating. They might not know how to apply that information to future relationships if they don’t have the right resource helping them along the way. In therapy, it can be very transformative to have an objective, trained professional, point out behaviors or traits that you might not have identified before. This resource can help you find ways to address issues head-on or capitalize on the areas you love about yourself by finding the right fit for you in future partners more quickly.

If you think you might like to talk to someone that is impartial, but invested in helping you feel better, call a therapist in Orlando 407-592-8997 to get started. You don’t have anything to lose except more time. You can also visit Orlando Thrive Therapy’s website for more information or email today to get more information. We’d love to hear from you and let you know how therapy can help.

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Heather Oller

Heather Oller is the owner and founder of Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching, and Counseling. She is a licensed counselor and a family mediator who has over 23 years of dedicated work as a professional in the mental health field. Through her company's mission, she continues to pave the way for future therapists, and their clients, who want a higher quality of life....and who want to thrive, rather than just survive. You can contact Orlando Thrive Therapy at 407-592-8997 for more information.