Therapy Is Self-Care
Tending to your emotional wellbeing benefits you mentally and physically
Effective self-care involves looking after both your physical and mental health. It includes regularly making time for yourself and cultivating your emotional wellbeing.
More and more people are discovering the benefit of regular counseling sessions as part of self-care. This whole-person approach gives you the best chance to feel great and reach your fullest potential.
Add therapy to your self-care plan now!
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The Importance of Self-Care
The mental, the emotional and the physical are very tightly interwoven, so small things done consistently for your physical health will benefit you mentally. Likewise, regularly tending to your emotional health will boost you physically.
Furthermore, it's important to understand that self-care is NOT selfish. In fact, taking care of your overall wellbeing is one of the greatest gifts you can give to those who care about you! It benefits everyone in your life, from your family and friends to the larger community.
What Is Self-Care?
The National Institute of Health (NIH) defines self-care as, “taking the time to do things that help you live well and improve both your physical health and mental health.” When it comes to your mental health, “self-care can help you manage stress, lower your risk of illness, and increase your energy.”
Therapy Can Help
Therapy provides a safe space for you to exhale your emotions and talk about things you can’t tell anyone else. It’s a place for growth. A place to improve your relationships, coping skills, relaxation techniques and develop more constructive thought patterns.
Contact us today and find out if therapy could boost your self-care plan.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Counseling helps me gain perspective on my life, gives me tools to help me cope, and keeps me from being [bad-tempered] to others."