Jessica didn’t know what she wanted to do with her life after she graduated from college. She bounced around between a few different jobs before settling into something she doesn’t really love. Her co-workers don’t talk to her, her boss micromanages what she does, and she barely has time to hang out with her friends outside of work.
Jessica slowly started pulling back from social outings and her family noticed she wasn’t as active in their family group chat anymore. After avoiding several calls from her best friend, her best friend showed up on her doorstep to get to the bottom of things.
They talked for a little bit and Jessica opened up about how she doesn’t feel like she has a purpose or sense of direction in life. It’s hard for her to see other people enjoying what they do and living life to the fullest while she’s stuck working an office job she hates.
In this situation, Jessica could greatly benefit from talking to a licensed psychologist about the feelings she’s having. Psychologists are trained and qualified mental health professionals who know how to guide you through some of life’s most difficult challenges. Whether you’re looking for depression counseling, couples therapy, or another form of mental health help, a psychologist can help.
At Thriveworks Counseling in Cincinnati, OH, we have a team of compassionate psychologists who are standing by, ready to help you. Is there a difficulty or hardship that comes to mind? Give our office a call and we can set you up with an appointment as soon as tomorrow. You don’t have to face challenges on your own. Help is available.
What Is a Psychologist?
As we just briefly touched on, psychologists are leaders in their field who dedicate themselves to helping their clients achieve greater overall happiness and success. After going through extensive education and training programs, they are equipped with the knowledge and tools to accurately diagnose, treat, and manage the myriad of mental health challenges that people may face.
A lot of people wonder if a psychologist will prescribe them a psychiatric medication. The short answer is no. While psychologists work with you to achieve greater overall mental health and wellbeing, they don’t prescribe psychiatric medications. However, if you are considered to be a good fit for medication management, they will work with your primary care doctor or psychiatrist to ensure your needs and goals are being met.
Get Help in Many Different Areas
One of the benefits of working with a psychologist here at Thriveworks Counseling in Cincinnati is that they are fully capable of helping clients work through a wide range of different mental health challenges they may have.
Maybe you need support and guidance while grieving a major loss, or perhaps you think you might be battling depression and want an accurate diagnosis. All of these things and more are possible with our mental health professionals.
We commonly see clients because of challenges like:
- Mental illnesses such as anxiety and depression
- Family problems
- Relationship concerns
- Problems with their children
- Major life changes
- Grief and loss
- Trauma and PTSD
- Eating disorders
- Children, adolescent, and teen challenges
- Low self-esteem
- And more!
The mental health professionals at our office can assist you in solving or managing essentially any problem you are experiencing. Our goal is to help you live a happier, more fulfilling life. If you share this goal of wanting to live better, consider working with one of our psychologists.
Book a Session with a Psychologist at Thriveworks in Cincinnati, OH
We want you to know that you are not alone. Dealing with mental health problems and other life issues can certainly feel lonely, isolating, and hopeless—but we’re here to walk with you through the difficult seasons. You don’t have to figure this out alone. Our psychologists are here for you and they want to help.
When you choose to work with our mental health team, you’re also choosing to experience added benefits like:
- Video chat and telephone online counseling options
- Flexible cancellations and rescheduling options
- Extended hours into the evenings and weekends
- Text support via our success navigator
- Access to your psychologist between sessions as needed
- Exclusive access to helpful video content and e-books
You can schedule your appointment by calling our office. A scheduling specialist will answer the phone and assist you through a simple, quick scheduling process.
Your mental health matters to us. We believe that prioritizing your mental wellbeing is a smart decision. Our team is standing by waiting to help you as soon as you’re ready.
Let’s get started.