Reaching out to a Johns Creek therapist might be the best decision you have ever made. Struggling with anxiety, depression, or body image is profoundly difficult. It is even more challenging to try and tackle these harrowing issues alone. We all need help at some point in life, and right now, we are here to help you.
Anxiety, depression, and body image are a few of the most common issues that plague people. They can negatively impact your life unless you have the tools to cope with and overcome them. Pinpointing and recognizing the signs and symptoms are the first steps on the path to happiness. Take a closer look.
Anxiety is an emotion that many people feel daily, and at times, can even be good for us. Anxiety is our body telling us that something isn’t quite right, and we need to be alert. When anxiety is a constant emotion that you experience, it weighs you down causing problems with school or work and impacts your personal relationships.
Good news – it doesn’t have to be this way! Counseling can help in more ways than you might think and working with a professional can empower you to deal with anxiety problems effectively so you can reclaim your life.
Depression is one of the leading causes of disability in the United States. Depression consists of more than feeling sad and down. People experiencing depression tend to lose interest in their passions, avoid social situations, and distance themselves from friends or family. It impacts people in a myriad of different ways, making it difficult to pinpoint the root cause.
To combat this, our Dr. Keown at Positive Living Psychotherapy takes a personalized approach to each and every patient and counseling session. She introduces optimism and self-esteem to ensure you have the tools to enhance your quality of life and get back to living your days without the overwhelming symptoms of depression.
How do you feel when you look in the mirror? If your first response to this question is negative, then we are here to help. Struggling with body image is a common yet serious issue that counseling can help you to overcome. How you feel about your height, shape, and weight is a direct result of your thought process about your own body image.
Symptoms of negative body image and low self-esteem can include body camouflaging, skin picking, excessive grooming, or extreme exercise. Dr. Keown will work with you to boost your self-esteem and help you to love yourself and your body.
Contact a Johns Creek Therapist Today
If any or all of these problems are negatively impacting your life, we want to help. It’s never too late to call, so reach out for your free phone consultation at (770) 552-0333. There’s no need to suffer through these issues when Positive Living Psychotherapy is here to help.