At Therapy For People, we support our clients to create positive and effective change.
People who benefit from therapy often:
- Want to overcome anxiety or depression
- Desire to stop struggling with addictions – to alcohol and drugs, sex, porn, exercise or work
- Want a more fulfilling career or to solve difficulties with bosses or colleagues
- Want to create more fulfilling relationships – ones free from infidelity with a deeper sense of connection
- Those who want to let go of hopelessness or apathy, who want to answer questions like ‘who am I?’ or ‘how did I get here?’
- Want to sleep and wake up restful and restored
- Desire strategies for dealing with personality disorders and other mental health challenges like Bi-Polar, Generalized Anxiety Disorder to Depression
We believe that healing is possible – that change is possible.
We believe that therapy is for everyone – you do not need to be ‘sick’ or ‘unwell’ to benefit from therapy. Instead, therapy is a way to helps us get unstuck from old patterns that no longer serve our highest purpose. Anxiety, depression, sleeping problems, relationship difficulties – we have all experienced something that feels unmanageable. Regardless of your struggle, diagnosis, or your goals, therapy can help you get what you want.
We all struggle sometimes – therapy can help.
Autobiography in Five Short Chapters (An Allegory for Therapy)
I walk down the street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I fall in. I am lost…I am helpless. It isn’t my fault. It takes forever to find a way out.
I walk down the street. there is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I pretend that I don’t see it. I fall in again. I can’t believe I am in this same place. But, it isn’t my fault. It still takes a long time to get out.
I walk down the same street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I see it is there. I still fall in…it’s a habit…but, my eyes are open. I know where I am. It is my fault. I get out immediately.
I walk down the same street. There is a deep hole in the sidewalk. I walk around it.
I walk down another street.
by Portia Nelson