Therapy can be beneficial if you have a vague sense of feeling stuck or of needing support though a difficult time. Sometimes, mental, emotional or relational distress is more obvious. Some signals to look for are:

• Feelings of loneliness, moodiness, 

  sadness, failure

 

• Feelings of stress, anxiety, panic, fear 

 

• Difficulties with anger or hostility

 

• Difficulties talking with a partner,

  children, parents

 

• Difficulties with friendships or work

  relationships

 

• Persistent conflict in any important

  relationship

 

• Problems with a child’s behavior or

  school adjustment 

 

• Sexual problems or concerns

 

• Difficulty sleeping or unexplainable

  fatigue

 

• Difficulty expressing emotion

• Inability to concentrate

 

• Persistent health problems 

 

• Poor academic performance

 

• Difficulty setting and reaching goals

• Difficulty setting limits and

  boundaries with others

• Stress due to chronic illness and/or

  caregiving

 

• Problems with alcohol or drugs

 

• Weight fluctuations or irregular

  eating patterns

 

• Addictive or compulsive behaviors

 

• Persistent feelings of

  dissatisfaction

 

• Difficulty grieving a loss (death or

  other life changes)

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