But Do I Need Therapy?

Emotional Freedom

To start, the question shouldn’t be if you need therapy, but if it would benefit you. Few people need therapy, and only in a few circumstances. When a need is an issue, we are usually discussing inpatient residential therapy for a serious crisis or treatment for a person with a significant mental illness. Outpatient therapy can help when someone is in deep need, but it can also be a resource for enriching one’s life. Therapy is a tool for improving our understanding of…

Smith is an analytically oriented psychotherapist with 25 years in practice. She is additionally the  Founder/Director of Full Living: A Psychotherapy Practice, which specializes in matching clients with seasoned clinicians in the Greater Philadelphia Area.

If you are interested in therapy and live in Philadelphia or the Greater Philadelphia Area, please let Full Living: A Psychotherapy Practice match you with a skilled, experienced psychotherapist based on needs and issues as well as personality and style. Request an Appointment Today.

Therapy:

https://www.fullliving.com/blog/psychotherapist-as-a-dance-archeologist

https://www.fullliving.com/blog/attending-to-the-unconscious-in-a-psychotherapy-session

https://www.fullliving.com/blog/in-defense-of-long-term-psychotherapy

https://www.fullliving.com/blog/psychotherapy-myths

 

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