Why choose Changing Minds Mental Health Services?
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"Pamala was great, she is straight forward and quickly got to the heart of our problems. We were at the point of no return and a few counseling sessions turned our marriage around. We are working to keep things good in our marriage."
"My husband and I are very satisfied with Pamala Davis!"
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5 Signs It's Time to Seek Therapy
Most people can benefit from therapy at least some point in their lives
David Sack M.D.
Contrary to popular misconception, you don’t have to be “crazy,” desperate or on the brink of a meltdown to go to therapy. At the same time, therapy isn’t usually necessary for every little struggle life throws your way, especially if you have a strong support system of friends and family. So how do you know when it’s time to see a therapist?
Most people can benefit from therapy at least some point in their lives. Sometimes the signs are obvious but at other times, something may feel slightly off and you can’t figure out what it is. So you trudge on, trying to sustain your busy life until it sets in that life has become unmanageable. Before it gets to this point, here are five signs you may need help from a pro:
#1 Feeling sad, angry or otherwise “not yourself.”
#3 You’ve lost someone or something important to you.
#4 Something traumatic has happened.
#5 You can’t do the things you like to do.
Psychotherapy is effective and here’s why
"With an effective therapist, science shows that psychotherapy even works better in the long-term and is more enduring than medication. In fact, not only is it more cost-effective, but psychotherapy leads to fewer relapses of anxiety and mild to moderate depression than medication use alone—so much so that Norwegian Health Authorities have issued new guidelines concerning treatment of mild to moderate depression and anxiety, stating that psychological interventions, not medications, should be applied first."
American Psychological Association