Germantown Counseling, Psychiatry—Mental Health Care in Maryland
Our mission at Thriveworks is to help people live happy, successful lives. We accomplish this mission by offering quality mental health services that help our clients overcome the challenges they face: these challenges might include feelings of depression, anxious thoughts, career changes, relationship issues, or dangerously low self-esteem. Whatever it is you’re struggling with, a counselor, therapist, or life coach at Thriveworks Counseling in Germantown can help.
There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs.” –Zig Ziglar
The providers at Thriveworks Counseling in Germantown possess premium-level skills and extensive experience. Additionally, they truly care about your health and wellbeing, and they want to help you heal. If you think that you could benefit from working with a mental health professional, reach out to Thriveworks in Germantown. Our counselors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, online counselors, and life coaches are eager to offer their guidance and support.
How Can Counseling, Therapy, or Life Coaching Benefit Me?
As we touched on above, the professionals at our office can assist you with managing a vast variety of issues, including harmful symptoms of depression or anxiety, relationship trouble, stressful life transitions, and difficult times. Our counselors, therapists, and life coaches can help you deal with these challenges and live happily despite them. Here are a few other things that can harm your mental health, often discussed in counseling or therapy:
- Harmful habits
- Feelings of loneliness
- Low self-esteem
- Work stress
- Family dynamics
- Relationship issues
- Poor work/life balance
- Trauma or PTSD
- Financial strain and stress
- Grief and loss
- Mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, and ADHD
Remember: this is not a complete list. Anything that proves harmful to your mental health and wellbeing is grounds for seeking mental health help. Your counselor or therapist will consider your unique situation and design treatment specific to you. Here are a couple of examples of the therapeutic process and how it can help.
Are You Like John and Hailey?
John and Hailey started dating 10 months ago. As they approach their one-year anniversary, they question whether they’re really a good fit for each other. After a few weeks of worrying, Hailey suggests couples counseling. Much to her surprise, John agrees and even expresses his excitement.
After just a few sessions, they feel more confident in their relationship and feel connected more than ever before. While their visions for the future vary slightly, they agree they can reach healthy compromises and want to embark on the rest of their lives together.
Or Are You Like Brad?
Brad flaked on plans with his friends for a month straight now. Going out for drinks or seeing a movie always sounds like a good idea, but when the time comes, Brad doesn’t see the appeal. In fact, he doesn’t see the appeal in doing much at all these days. He shoots his friends a less than remorseful text at the last second: “Can’t make it.”
Finally, after the fifth cancellation in a row, Brad’s friends express their concern about Brad and convince him to talk to someone. Brad finds a local therapist and explains how he’s been feeling. Within just a few weeks, and after a diagnosis of depression, Brad’s feeling and doing better.
His therapist has helped him to understand and begin managing his symptoms. And he’s even hung out with a few friends the past week.
Consider Talking to a Thriveworks Psychiatrist
Maybe you’ve been struggling with a feeling of hopelessness, low self-esteem, or a persistent low mood. Or perhaps you’re suffering from ruminating thoughts and panic attacks.
If you’re dealing with a mental health concern that’s interfering with your life, it may be time to speak with a licensed psychiatrist. As medical doctors, psychiatrists can evaluate your symptoms, diagnose mental illnesses, and treat clients via talk therapy, medication, or some combination of the two.
Talking with a psychiatrist can help you break negative thinking patterns and discover effective coping strategies. It can give you the strength to keep going. Reach out today to Thriveworks in Germantown, MD to set up your first online appointment.
Schedule a Session at Thriveworks in Germantown, MD
The counselors, therapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, and life coaches at Thriveworks are committed to helping you. They truly care about your health and wellbeing as well as your success in life. Not to mention, they possess pertinent skills, training, and experience in the mental health field. This is precisely why our clients find our mental health services to be so helpful.
Are you struggling to manage the harmful symptoms of a mental illness like depression or anxiety? Are you in the midst of making a major life change, and you aren’t sure how to cope? Is your relationship falling to pieces and begging for professional help? Reach out to Thriveworks Germantown.
Our providers are ready and eager to help you overcome whatever challenge stands in your way. You can easily set up an in-person or online counseling therapy appointment by calling us at (240) 949-6808. A scheduling specialist will assist you in scheduling a session on the day and at the time that works best for you—we have evening and weekend appointments available. Additionally, we accept many insurance plans.
Let’s start this journey toward healing today.