What Is Therapy All About

Many come to therapy either because they are experiencing a problem or can’t handle a situation or they are seeking to live a more fulfilling life.

The goal of therapy or helping is not to solve the problems but to teach the troubled person skills to manage them more effectively. Sometimes helping is about tapping into new opportunities and pointing out unused potentials. The question might not only be what is going wrong but how can we make it better. As clients go through learning how to manage existing problems, they are also developing the skills of predicting, preparing and planning to prevent problems from happening in the first place.

Emotional maturity is one of the most important outcome of therapeutic help. Clients learn how to self-manage, tap into their strengths as well as know their limitations and become willing to ask for help from appropriate resources. Clients also, are able to feel, label and express how they feel. They develop a realistic sense of self-worth not based on what they do but who they are, self-acceptance.

Another benefit from therapy is trusting oneself and gaining the trust of others through practicing healthy boundaries, having integrity, and being held accountable and responsible.

Therapy also teaches people how to be empathetic and accepting to others which enhances communication and strengthens relationships. Research findings indicated that clients benefited substantially from psychotherapy.

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