On the outside, it might seem like you’re doing well. But on the inside, maybe it feels like something is missing.
Maybe you feel like you should have nothing to complain about, and this keeps you from opening up with friends and family about what's really going on. In therapy, you can talk openly about what you’re struggling with.
Specific Challenges That Therapy Can Address
You may be feeling:
Bored with your life or work
Like you're going through the motions
Unexcited about anything
Angry, but you don't know why
Helping You Understand Who You Are and What You Want
Sometimes meeting outer expectations (from family, friends, bosses, and society) does not bring fulfillment if your heart is not in it. It takes courage to acknowledge this, and that's why I provide a safe and calm space for us to work together as you explore who you are and what you want. You are welcome to arrive just as you are.
Even if you’re feeling confused now, therapy may help you:
Discover how to be true to yourself
Understand what your anger is trying to tell you
Reconnect with yourself and with others
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It’s not easy to admit that not everything is okay, but the good news is that acknowledging this can be the first step toward feeling better.
Elaine S. Gee-Wong, M.A., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #88015 1588 Homestead Road, Mailbox #4/Suite F Santa Clara, CA 95050 (408) 442-0112 email@example.com
Any information or advice on this website is for informational purposes only, and should not take the place of information or care provided to you by your physicians, medical, or mental health care professionals.