Have you heard the saying, “It’s okay to not be okay”? This simple statement highlights the fact that it’s okay to struggle. It’s okay to feel sad, angry, or otherwise unhappy. It’s okay to admit that you aren’t feeling your best. Now, it’s not saying that you should let your problems and tough feelings take over. And it’s not suggesting that you should sit idly by as these problems and feelings grow bigger and bigger.
If you are struggling with difficult emotions or another challenge that affects your mental wellbeing, remind yourself that you’re only human. Say, “It’s okay to not be okay.” Then, secure the help, support, and guidance you might need to build yourself back up. Sometimes, this means talking to a counselor or another mental health professional.
The team at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Baltimore is equipped to work with you. Starting a relationship with one of our counselors, therapists, coaches, psychiatrists, or psychologists is the first step in taking care of your psychological being and, in turn, improving your overall self. Our goal is to help you live happily and successfully. We’ll do everything we can to achieve this. To schedule an appointment, call our office.
Am I the Right Fit for Counseling?
Counseling is for everyone. It’s for the teenager who is having trouble transitioning during his family’s latest move. It’s for the couple who is struggling to get along, wondering what’s next for their relationship. It’s for the woman who is depressed in retirement. And it’s for you, too.
Counseling can help any and everybody work through their personal challenges. Now, this means that counseling is also not one-size-fits-all. In other words, your experience in counseling will be specific to your needs and goals. If you choose to work with a counselor, they will first understand what you need and want out of counseling; then, they will create a plan for treatment that is molded to you.
The short answer? Yes, you are the right fit for counseling. If you’re considering counseling or would like to schedule an appointment, don’t hesitate to reach out to Thriveworks. We’re happy to talk to you more about this important journey and help you schedule an appointment if you decide to move forward.
Should I Speak With a Thriveworks Psychiatrist?
On our team of highly qualified mental health professionals are board-certified psychiatrists, who are highly qualified in treating mental illness from a medical perspective. Having completed medical school and a psychiatry residency, these doctors can evaluate both mental and physical symptoms, diagnose mental illnesses, and administer a number of therapeutic treatment options.
A licensed psychiatrist can offer the comprehensive care needed for lasting recovery. This can include a combination of psychotherapy (or other talk therapy options) as well as prescribed medication. Psychiatrists can also consult on managing symptoms or improving self-care habits regarding diet, sleep, exercise, or mental wellness.
To access online psychiatry counseling customized for your specific needs, contact us at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Baltimore. We look forward to seeing you.
Schedule an Appointment for Counseling or Coaching at Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Baltimore
You can schedule your first counseling appointment right now. Or, if you think that you could benefit more from psychiatry, you can schedule a psychiatry appointment instead. Either way, our team is excited to get to know you; to help you learn, grow, heal, and ultimately live a happy, successful life.
To schedule your appointment with a psychiatrist, therapist, or another one of our mental health professionals, just call our office. Or, you can use our online booking system to schedule your session yourself!