Adolescent & Young Adult Transition • Anxiety • Attachment Disorder • Child Custody & Alienation • Depression • EMDR • Enmeshment • Family Conflict • Grief • Infidelity • Life Coaching • Life Transitions • Medication Referrals • Pre-Marital Counseling • Sand Tray Therapy • Self Esteem • Self-Harm • Spirituality • Stress • Suicide Ideation • Trauma
Whether positive or negative, life transitions can be challenging and hard to handle, often producing anxiety, reluctance, and other misgivings. Our society through the years, have become increasingly apprehensive with the safety net in our environment, e.g., increasing crime, job stability, future with colleges, and ability in relationships. The demand for excellence and competitiveness has also increased. With this type of daily stress it is understandable that we may feel isolated, abandoned, and confused with what positive driven success should look like. Life transitions can be pre-planned or sudden and unexpected. People who experience sudden transition can feel as if they just have entered a trauma. This can lead to a feeling of astonishment, outrage, intense sorrow and detachment. A person can experience a considerable amount of change throughout their lifetime and usually move through the process in a variety of ways, often alternating between phases. Life transitions gives us an opportunity to determine our strengths, weaknesses, and where we need balance. It can be viewed in a positive manner and ultimately drive us nearer to what we really want in life. Sometimes it develops into a sense of rebirth, stability, and excellence.