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Personal Assessment

Individuals often schedule an appointment if they are:

  • overwhelmed or stressed
  • feeling like they have no control
  • angry, irritable, or worried a lot of the time
  • feeling sad, helpless, or hopeless
  • sleeping too much or too little
  • having unusual ideas or sensations
  • finding it difficult to get out of bed
  • having difficulty concentrating
  • faced with a major life decision
  • unable to manage daily responsibilities
  • concerned about their use of alcohol or drugs or a loved one's use
  • dealing with the loss of a loved one or co-worker
  • harming themselves or someone else
  • experiencing a chronic health problem
  • curious about how to find a therapist
  • in need of an "outside" perspective
  • concerned for a friend, family member, or co-worker
  • in a difficult relationship
  • ending a relationship
  • concerned about their child's behavior
  • caring for an elderly parent
  • in conflict with a co-worker
  • dissatisfied with work
  • uncertain about talking with a supervisor