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Are you feeling isolated? Fearful for yourself and others? Overcome by heartache, grief and loss as we grapple with the spread of illness in our communities? Are you struggling with anxiety, depression and confusion? Longing for a sense of renewed hope and equanimity as we contend with the hardships of our lives as we now know them? If so, psychotherapy can help. In fact, for many individuals and couples it can be a lifeline.
When approached with commitment and care, psychotherapy can be profoundly reparative and life-altering. It can help you navigate times of uncertainty, discover what most nourishes and sustains your well-being and deepen your experience of yourself, your life and your relationships with others. It can also help you recover from the aftermaths of trauma and abuse, cope with hardship and live your life with more hopefulness, confidence and open-heartedness. In times like this, it can be an invaluable source of support.