Cognitive behavioral therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on thoughts. What someone thinks determines how they feel.

Finding a therapist near you, or online is the first step. I suggest asking many questions about the reasons you’re seeking therapy, and asking questions about the therapist education and training is a good start.

If someone is experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and grief and loss, to name a few, this might be a good time to find a therapist.

Marriage counseling can teach couples how the communicate better, have healthy arguments, discuss conflicting parenting styles, and develop acceptance for one another.

Marriage and family therapists look at the family system in the present, past generations, temperament, environment, and learned behaviors, and combine these and many others with overall mental health. How an individual and family function together. They are clinically trained to diagnose and refer to a psychiatrist when psychotropic medications are needed.