Individual Counseling

Overview

Does Your Happy Life Feel Like You Are Just Faking It?

Life today is stressful. Issues around work, relationships, family, finances, and more can become overwhelming. We want to look good to others, so we hide our struggles. Still, when we’re honest with ourselves, we know things aren’t as good on the inside as we pretend they are.

  • I’m so worried about…
  • Why doesn’t she (or he, or they) get it?!
  • I wish he (or she) would …
  • Why is this happening to me?
  • This job sucks! Get me out of here!
  • I’m just so tired of all this…

If any of these, or similar thoughts keep floating through your mind, you’re not alone. What’s more important, you can do something about it, and we can help.

Whether you’re dealing with something that happened to you that you so wish never did; or you keep having thoughts spiraling around your head, getting in the way of just feeling like yourself; or you seem trapped in a pattern of making the wrong decisions at the worst times; we can help.

If you pay attention to these struggles, attend to your negative feelings and thoughts, get support, and make a plan, you can get your old self back. You can return to being the happy person you were once.

Just snap out of it!

Suck it up like a man!

Just ignore it and it’ll go away!

It’s not that bad…

Surely you’ve heard these or other well-meant but useless expressions. But what if… What if you had real help creating new approaches, new ways of looking at the issues you’re struggling with, new routines to handle things in both your external reality and your internal self?

Imagine what your life would feel like then. What would it be like to feel more in control again, more energetic, more confident, happier?

No matter what you’re struggling with, let us help. It’s what we’re here for. It’s what our training and experience are all about. You want to feel better, and we want to help you get there. You don’t have to feel this way any longer.

Call us now for an appointment 443-583-4675

Cancellation Policy

You must notify your therapist at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment if you cannot attend. Except in emergencies, failing to provide 24 hours’ notice may result in your being charged the full session fee.

Individual Counseling Columbia MD
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