You spent the last year learning how to parent young children while navigating a new way of life. You, like so many people, might be struggling with grief, loss, anxiety, and depression and not even know it.
If you’re struggling with short tempers, constant fatigue, stress, dread of the day, or just feeling like something is off, you will benefit from counseling in the following ways:
- A fresh perspective: A counselor can help provide a neutral perspective for you or your children to express themselves, free of judgment. A counselor provides you the opportunity to share your experiences and get direct feedback on your emotions and feelings.
- Chance to process your emotions: When you see a counselor, you get the chance to identify struggles facing you and your children, of which you may not even be aware. Together, you and your counselor create a plan to help identify and eliminate those struggles in the best way possible.
- A chance to pause: You and your family live busy lives—it’s easy to feel overwhelmed in the moment. Counseling helps provide a pause to all the overwhelming activity.
- A sense of resilience for your family: Learning new skills and ways of coping with stress can change your life. The skills and perspectives you gain in counseling can shape the way that you parent, approach your career, and so engage with every other aspect of your life.
Crosswinds Counselors have helped thousands of parents start feeling like themselves again so they can be more present for their children. We can help you too. Visit crosswindscounseling.org or call 877-594-9204 to get matched with a therapist today. We can get you and your family back on the path to a healthy life!