Kennesaw Counseling—Mental Health Help in Georgia
Counseling. Therapy. Marriage Counseling. Child Therapy. Many who read those words will automatically feel anxious. For some, that anxiety will come from knowing that life can be hard, and anyone who reaches out for help is probably going through a difficult time. For others, that anxiety may come from negative cultural stereotypes that say asking for help or guidance is a weakness.
Are you looking for trusted counseling? Are you trying to find online counseling therapy services? At Thriveworks Counseling in Kennesaw, we know that asking for help can be nerve-racking for many reasons. We also know that life is hard and that reaching out for help is a strength.
If you have considered scheduling an appointment with a counselor or life coach, the professionals at Thriveworks in Kennesaw provide compassionate and professional care to their clients. We offer both in-person counseling sessions and online counseling therapy as well.
Who Should Receive Therapy?
At some point in life, everybody experiences difficulties. Do any of these scenarios sound familiar?
- Overwhelming grief is making daily life harder after a loved one passed away.
- A once easy-going child is not adjusting well to the new friends, teachers, and school after a recent move.
- A couple who has been together for years wants to marry, but they also want guidance on making the commitment.
- Work is unfulfilling, but making a job or career change is a risk.
- A spouse in a 30-year marriage has cheated, and the couple is deciding whether to divorce or repair the marriage.
Your life circumstances may or may not mirror those on the list. Everyone faces their own unique challenges and sets their own personal life goals. While every person’s life is unique, no one should have to face the challenges in their life alone. The professional counselors at Thriveworks in Kennesaw have coached many people who, like you, are ready to make positive changes in their lives.
With the help of a Thriveworks mental health professional, our clients have been able to…
- Define and achieve important life dreams.
- Accomplish breakthroughs in challenging relationships.
- Grow inner strength and self-confidence.
Therapy, counseling, and life coaching are not magic. It takes work to achieve and maintain good mental health, just like with physical health. People exercise, take vitamins, and go to the doctor to stay physically healthy. It’s just as important for people to give the same attention and care to their mental health.
How Can Therapy Help Me? Why Is It Important?
When people work toward a healthy, balanced emotional life, their daily tasks and decisions often become more clear. As a result, their lives may be more fulfilled and happier. Paths that lead to their dreams often become more visible.
For many people, the journey to mental health includes speaking with a professional. Pursuing counseling or life coaching is a big decision, but many who lean upon a mental health professional are glad they made the decision to seek help. It may be one of the best decisions you make for yourself, your family, and your relationships.
The therapists, life coaches, psychologists, psychiatrists, and counselors at Thriveworks Counseling in Kennesaw, GA see many clients who have decided to seek help for a variety of reasons. A few of those reasons include:
- Eating disorders
- Anxiety issues
- Couples counseling
- Grief counseling
- Obsessive-compulsive tendencies
- Parenting difficulties
- Anger management
- Life coaching
- Job loss
What if someone you love is facing a challenging life situation? What does healthy support look like? How can you help without hurting yourself or your loved one? If a friend, spouse, child, or other family member is facing divorce, mental health problems, or other challenges, counseling or coaching may be a helpful process for you.
Sometimes, the loved one is willing to accompany you to counseling sessions. Sometimes, though, the loved one refuses outside help. That can be so discouraging, but it happens. Regardless of how the person you care about is responding, you can ask for help.
To help you achieve the most success, your Thriveworks counselor will utilize a variety of methods and techniques including cognitive behavioral therapy, narrative therapy, talk therapy, and art therapy. If one thing isn’t working, they’ll smoothly switch to something else. Your best interest will always be in mind.
Consider Talking to a Virtual Psychiatrist at Thriveworks Counseling
Psychiatrists treat a broad spectrum of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, personality disorders, and mood disorders. Many clients struggling with substance abuse and eating disorders also find psychiatric counseling highly effective.
In short, psychiatry is the study of mental illness. Psychiatrists are trained to diagnose and treat those conditions and can even help clients prevent symptoms from occurring in the first place. They do this by guiding clients through psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, or other talk therapy options.
In these confidential treatment options, clients open up about their vulnerabilities, self-judgments, and daily stresses to learn how to more effectively cope in the future. Psychiatrists can also prescribe medication when necessary.
To set up a remote appointment with a qualified psychiatrist, reach out to Thriveworks Counseling today.
How Do I Get Started?
If you are ready to make changes for a better future, call Thriveworks Counseling in Kennesaw. When you call, you will speak with a scheduling specialist. A real person will take your information and pair you with a qualified counselor or life coach, dependent upon your needs.
We want to earn your trust from day one, showing that we are on your side and ready to help.
So, we offer evening and weekend appointments, and we accept major insurance providers, to offer you the best possible options. Call today if you are ready to receive compassionate and professional care from a Thriveworks therapist, counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist, or life coach. We provide in-person therapy and online counseling, too.