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First Timer To Therapy?

Considering Therapy for the First Time?


If you're considering therapy, or beginning therapy - Congratulations on taking an important step towards improving your mental health!


Here are a few pieces of advice that may help you make the most of your therapy experience:

1) Be open and honest with your therapist

It's important to establish a trusting and supportive relationship with your therapist. One way to do this is to be open and honest with them about your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Your therapist is there to help you, and they can't do that if you're not willing to share with them.

2) Set clear goals

Think about what you want to achieve in therapy, whether it's managing anxiety, improving relationships, or working through past traumas. Talk to your therapist about these goals so you can work together to develop a treatment plan that aligns with your objectives.

3) Be patient with the process

Therapy is not a quick fix, and it may take time to see progress. It's important to stay committed to the process and trust that change will happen over time.

4) Take an active role in your therapy

Your therapist is there to guide you, but you are the one doing the work. Be willing to participate in exercises or homework your therapist suggests, and take responsibility for your progress.

5) Give yourself credit for your efforts

Celebrate your successes, no matter how small they may seem. Acknowledge the progress you've made and the effort you've put in to get there.


Remember that therapy is a personal journey, and it's okay to have ups and downs along the way. With a supportive therapist and a commitment to the process, you can work towards a happier, healthier life. Get in touch today to start your journey.

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