Today host Allison Ricciardi discusses what the purpose of therapy is?
Although there are some similarities, therapy and coaching are very different disciplines. Each has its place and can make a huge difference in your life.
I’m often asked this question by both Catholics and non-Catholics.
It takes courage to seek out therapy. It often means looking at memories or situations you would rather avoid or forget.
This is a common lament of frustrated parents who drag their child to see a therapist. The parents are seeking the help of a counselor typically because they are at their wit’s end.
The number of couples seeking counseling has undoubtedly increased in recent years, and while some might view this fact in a negative light it actually shows an increase in couples dedicated to resolving what has somehow “gone wrong” in their relationships.
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Can you find real healing in therapy? Can you find healing without therapy?
There’s no arguing that we live in a dysfunctional world. Nearly everyone, conservative or liberal, Christian or not, can agree.
Psychotherapy is the process in which we seek (or should seek) the truth…about who we are, where we’ve been and why we do the things we do. It is also a process in which we seek healing of the emotional and psychological wounds we have suffered.