Psychotherapy is the unique and mutual relationship between you, the client, and your chosen therapist. It is a relationship based on developed trust and safety that allows room for communication to occur.
Therapy helps the individual shift unhealthy or irrational ways of thinking and find relief from distress and suffering. People often seek therapy as a means to gain increased awareness of self in relation to oneself, to others, and the world around them. Many different types of psychotherapy are evidence-based to help people improve their mood, decrease anxiety, modify attitudes and behaviors in constructive ways, and more effectively problem-solve to live a happier and more fulfilled life. A well-versed therapist will choose a treatment modality that is suited to the needs of each individual. A treatment plan is created together and remains fluid throughout the entire journey. Therapy is a place to experience discomfort and learn to find calm. The individual is met without judgment and shared information is protected and confidential.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than a quarter of American adults experience depression, anxiety or another mental disorder in any given year. Others need help coping with a serious illness, chronic pain or overcoming addiction. Still, others struggle to cope with relationship problems, the loss of a job, the death of a loved one, stress, or other issues. And these issues can often affect one’s functioning and even eventually become debilitating. Far too often, people don’t seek the help they need due to social stigma, yet the therapeutic relationship can be the most healing relationship ever. At Mindfulpath, we will connect you to a competent therapist who will guide you and walk with you down your Mindfulpath of healing.
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