At Transitions, individuals and groups are offered a supportive environment where they are able to open up and tackle the issues they are experiencing. In a non-confrontational way, our highly skilled counselors can appropriately support you on your journey of improvement. The issues raised during therapy rarely revolve around an individual alone. Often, these issues affect multiple people surrounding the individual, including their family. Support is offered that will be most beneficial to the individual and, depending on the issue raised, our services can support different types of needs simultaneously. Below are the types of therapy we offer at Transitions:
Marriage counseling is something that is available to couples during any stage of their relationship; it can be provided to couples before, during or after marriage during a divorce. Couples who engage in our pre-marriage counseling have reported a higher happiness rating because they have an opportunity to understand and resolve any differences before marriage. Not all couples have a chance to do this, so we also help those facing barriers during their marriage, as well as couples who are seeking help as they navigate through a divorce.
Transition therapy can be sought out by an individual who is struggling to adjust to a significant new life transition. Everyone needs time while they are adapting to a new way of living, but when an individual is struggling to cope with the transition and it begins to affect their daily life, help needs to be sought. The support of an individual’s friends and family can have a positive impact, however, if the transition begins to manifest into a greater problem, a therapist may be needed to help them through this process. Issues with transitioning can have an impact on children, adolescents, and adults and are often compounded by the lack of a healthy support network.
An individual may be suffering from an adjustment disorder if they are having a hard time coping and adjusting to a lifestyle change or if the changes in their lifestyle have caused an unwanted negative reaction. An adjustment disorder, also referred to as situational depression, is diagnosed following an abnormal reaction to a change. At Transitions, we want to support you to learn and face the changes that are affecting your life so that these can be addressed and you can return to living your ideal life.
Depression and Anxiety
Handling depression and anxiety on a daily basis can be a daunting burden for anyone. Forty-five percent of people around the world are affected by depression and anxiety. Unfortunately, only a disproportionately small number of people reach out for help when suffering from depression and anxiety. Talking to a trained professional can drastically reduce the pain of depression and anxiety. There is no need to continue to suffer – call someone today to receive the help you deserve.