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5 Reasons To Choose Therapy?

Jonathan Riley

“There is nothing like a dream to create the future.” ― Victor Hugo

If you’re currently struggling and on the fence about therapy because you believe it’s for people with more severe problems, symptoms, or mental health conditions than you’re experiencing, I’d like to challenge you to abandon that assumption. Therapy offers numerous benefits to our total well-being. A therapist can help us recognise and change unhelpful thought patterns, express and deal with overwhelming emotions, and create new actions and behaviours to accomplish goals and bring more of what we want into our lives, including financial success.

You are what you think, so it’s important to understand the connection between your thoughts, emotions, and behaviour. If you want to change your life, you must first change your mental health. Working on your mental health is important because what you think directly influences how you feel, how you feel directly influences how you behave, and how you behave comes to define who you are and what you experience in life.

Our thoughts are the beginning of everything we do—or don’t do. We all know of people who are extremely wealthy, living passionately, and making an impact on the world around them. We can probably think of people who haven’t accomplished much in their lives. They haven’t achieved anything significant, they live in fear and misery, and they make very little difference in the world around them.

While the stigma around mental health seems to have mostly lifted in recent years this misconception that therapy is reserved for certain people or certain levels of suffering persists. However, research shows that there is no “imaginary threshold” that must be crossed in order to justify and benefit from therapy. It is not self-indulgent to seek therapy to help you cope with anything that feels overwhelming in your life, whether it’s your family, your job, your relationship, your health, your stress levels, or that feeling you can’t explain. A lot of therapy is about assisting people to recover from a crisis, deal with trauma, or cope with severe mental illness. But what many people don’t realise is that we’re also trained to make a good life great, not just a good life good.

Here Are Some Benefits of Therapy:

How To Think Outside the Box

We can inspire you to think differently instead of doing what you are used to doing or what everybody else is doing. Remember that your brain is full of ideas that can help you in achieving your goals. Thinking outside the box is beneficial and can motivate you to think creatively about the problems you face.

How To Handle Challenges

We fully understand that panicking when confronted with a problem can make it difficult to find a solution. My Practice can help you from getting panic-stricken in tough situations by teaching you to stay calm regardless of the situation, allowing you to think clearly and navigate through the difficulties you are facing.

How To Accept Failure & Move Forward

We believe that failure is a part of life, and at My Practice, we support people in accepting their failure, learning from it, and moving on. We can assist you in focusing on the present and the future when you fail, start a new chapter, and work towards your goal.

Changes Your Perspective

Another important reason why therapy is important is that it changes the way you approach or perceive things. We can teach you to see things from a different perspective, turn perceived obstacles into challenges, or simply provide new insight into something.

Improves Performance

While motivation is necessary for getting up and doing something, it also influences the quality of the work you produce. Therapy is useful because it teaches you how to make lasting changes that boost your productivity in all areas of life. You can greatly enhance your functioning with the help of therapy and our suggestions.

Therapy offers abundant benefits to the quality of our lives, so much so that the World Health Organization (WHO) recommends therapy as a legitimate approach to mental health and well-being. Therapy is indeed powerfully beneficial, helping you achieve and maintain mental health.

If you’re interested in scheduling a free 15-minute consultation with us, book online today.