How To Tell If You Need A Therapist

The only time you ever need a therapist is when you’re faced with a problem or dilemma you’ve attempted to tackle, but have been unable to solve on your own.

You will come to the realisation that the solution is not outside of you, but rather comes from within. If your perceptions are clouded, a therapist will help steer you into a state where you gain clarity and a new perspective on your awareness. You will learn how to gain full responsibility over your emotions, actions and reactions, giving you ultimate control so you have your power back.

A therapist helps guide you into a state where you’re in touch with your pain and feelings, through exquisite awareness of your bodily sensations. This is important because bodily sensations reflect your emotional states. By locating emotions and feelings in your body, and being shown how to define them and express them without blaming others, you can release them to free up immense energy.

The following conditions may require the external help of a therapist:

  • Depression or intense sadness
  • Repetitive behaviours
  • Addictive tendencies
  • Frequent irritability
  • Persistent feelings of helplessness
  • Low self esteem
  • Poor concentration
  • Loss of sleep
  • Decreased motivation
  • Thoughts of suicide
  • Angry outbursts
  • Hallucinations
  • Panic attacks
  • Significant difficulty leaving your home
  • Intense fears or phobias
  • Excessive worrying
  • Nightmares or flashbacks

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