When you’re suffering and thinking “I need help,” it’s natural to want and need to talk to someone about your problems. Everyone needs a listening ear sometimes.  When you can’t find someone to talk to, it can be painful. Understandably, you would want to vent to a friend or loved one about what you’re experiencing. As much as others care, you are the one who ultimately has to handle your challenges. That might sound scary but think of it as an empowering statement. You have the tools to change your life for the better. That doesn’t mean you can’t ask for help and you can. The dialogue about mental health is changing rapidly, and people are more apt to speak about their problems and needs.

A therapist, on the other hand, is a dedicated mental health professional whose job is to help you. They want to help you navigate your problems when you need help. Many people in your position turn to mental health professionals to talk about their issues. Therapy helps people figure out how to get through tough times. 

There’s only so much that friends and family can do to help. Getting emotional support and help matters, and you’re entitled to have your feelings heard and validated. There are times when a therapist can step in and help you develop coping skills to manage your life challenges.

If you’re struggling with mental health issues, anxiety, depression, or dealing with a bad breakup, these are all problems that the counselors at Compassionate Counseling Services understand and can help you with. They want to help support you through these problems. You can talk to them about whatever challenges you’re experiencing and get the guidance and empathy that you deserve. The counselors here at Compassionate Counseling Services are waiting to support and help you in the way that you deserve.

Please contact our office or complete the contact us form.  We are waiting to hear from you.