Should I Go To A Therapist?

For a long time in the United States, going to therapy was considered taboo. For many years people whispered about the advice they had gotten from their therapist, and whispered only to close friends. In recent years, however, mental health has been thrust into the mainstream, and has seemingly become a more common topic of empathetic discussion. The question of whether or not to go therapy is very personal and up to you, but many mental health professionals say that if you have this question in the first place, you should go. There are several other ways to answer the question of whether or not therapy is right for you.

If you are dealing with clinical anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance abuse problems, or suicidal thoughts, you should strongly consider seeing a therapist. Any of these conditions can severely impact your quality of life, and in some cases be dangerous to you or others. Many times people find themselves at the mercy of more than one of the conditions mentioned above, which lowers their quality of life even more. Therapy is great for these conditions. With the help of a trained professional, you really can take back control of your mental health and your life. 

The days of lying on the therapy couch and talking to a stoic, silent therapist are no more. Today, therapists work with their clients to set goals, and help their clients figure out how to achieve those goals. They are equipped with more knowledge than ever before, and will do whatever is necessary to improve your quality of life as well as your mental health. 

Finding the right therapist can be daunting at first. There are many therapists out there, and it can be very difficult to know whether or not a therapist will be right for you. Reboot offer a variety of treatment options to meet your individual needs and goals. We provide EMDR, and QEEG/brain mapping then neurofeedback, as a primary treatment or as a supplement to traditional therapies in order to effectively help you cope with a mental health issue  or struggle in your life. 

To learn more about the therapy services at Reboot, contact us to schedule a consultation.