Therapy is a way to get better at living life.
Therapy is about where you’re headed.
Whether it is about enjoying life more, feeling more confident, less depressed, less anxious, more productive, having more peace of mind, leading a more meaningful life, a more authentic life, better relationships. Gosh, the list can go on. It’s up to you how you want to get better at living your life.
A therapist provides additional eyes and ears to help you transform your old beliefs and ways of looking at things and unleash new, healed energy so that you are more confident in yourself and decisions.
Just like a coach helps athletes improve in their sport; a therapist helps people improve in the way they live their lives.
And just like training for a sport or performance can be challenging at times, so too can therapy be challenging at times. But there are times, like in training for a competition, that therapy can be exhilarating, refreshing, and rejuvenating. Therapy brings improvement in our lives, our relationships and what we do.
Therapy helps bring out the best in you.
Get in touch.
I'm always happy to hear from people.
If you have any questions, need more information, or would like to make an appointment, you can call me at 301-279-7779, email me at BethLCounseling@aol.com, or use the form below.
I see clients using a video-chat platform called VSee. It is free to download and easy to use. Please ask me about that option, if you are interested.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker • Over 15 years of experience • Certified Emotionally Focused Couple Therapist and Supervisor • Member of The Greater Washington Society of Clinical Social Work • Member of the International Centre for Excellence in Emotionally Focused Therapy • Member of Clinical Social Work Association • Member of National Association of Social Workers
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