All of us face struggles at some point in our lives.¬†These struggles may include stress at work, difficulty in marriage, or problems with a family member or friend. Alternatively, struggles may include depression or anxiety, drinking alcohol too often, or even uncontrolled worry. Sometimes, life’s struggles can be eased by taking better care of oneself, and perhaps talking about the issues with a pastor, a supportive friend and/or family member.¬†

But there may be times when these steps don’t resolve the issue… there hasn‚Äôt been growth in understanding the situation (‚Äújust aren‚Äôt connecting the dots‚ÄĚ or “feeling stuck”).

So, how do you pick the right therapist and what if the one you have isn’t working out? Join our director and therapist,¬†April Bordeau, and guest host, Larry Vinson, as they tackle the topic of picking the right therapist.¬†

Questions to consider:
1.        Think about your goals ahead of time and choose your desired therapy type
2.        Figure out your budget and how you want to pay for it
3.        Find Options
4.        Consider cultural competence (age, stage, background, faith perspective)
5.        Ask questions about the things that matter to you
6.        Pay close attention to your own responses
7.        Expect to try a few 

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