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How to Embrace Therapy When You Are Skeptical

As we celebrate World Mental Health Day, I want to encourage you to check up on your emotional and mental health. If you are skeptical about therapy, it is understandable to feel hesitant about starting it. However, it is important to remember that therapy can be a valuable tool for personal growth and healing. I encourage you to research which type of therapy is best for you. The most common is talk therapy, where you sit in front of a therapist and talk about what you deem as necessary for your healing. While this is effective, some people who are nervous or feel awkward about addressing vulnerabilities to a someone new, may want to discover other methods.


Here are some tips for embracing therapy, even if you are skeptical:

  1. Keep an open mind: It is important to approach therapy with an open mind. Try to keep any preconceived notions or judgments you may have about therapy at bay. Remember that therapy is designed to help you and that the therapist is there to support you.

  2. Find the right therapist: Finding the right therapist is crucial to a successful therapy experience. Do some research and find a therapist whose approach and values align with yours. You can also ask for recommendations from friends or family members who have had positive experiences with therapy.

  3. Set realistic expectations: It is important to have realistic expectations about what therapy can do for you. While therapy can be incredibly helpful, it is not a magical fix for all of life's problems. It is a process that takes time and effort.

  4. Be honest with your therapist: In order to get the most out of therapy, it is important to be honest with your therapist. Share your thoughts, feelings, and experiences openly and honestly. This will allow your therapist to better understand your needs and tailor their approach to best suit you.

Remember, therapy is a personal journey that is unique to each individual. While it may be difficult to embrace therapy at first, with time and effort it can be a valuable tool for personal growth and healing.


Are you skeptical about therapy?

  • Yes, somewhat but need to go

  • No, I've gone to therapy

  • I don't need to go to therapy

 

Group therapy

Art therapy

Cognitive Behavioral therapy

Eye movement therapy

Spiritual therapy

Adlerian therapy

Family therapy

Somatic therapy

Trauma therapy

Acceptance and Commitment therapy


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