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Private Self-Assessment: Identifying Ways Therapy Can Help!

Check the boxes beside the corresponding statements that apply to you or have applied to you within the last month.

I've recently thought about making changes in my life.

I am interested in better understanding the way I relate to myself and others.

I have a desire to have a better relationship with myself and others in my life.

I have tried to change aspects of my life and emotional state on my own, but have been unsuccessful.

I have suffered a traumatic incident that I can’t seem to stop thinking about.

I have recurrent headaches, stomachaches, or a run down immune system.

I have tried using a substance to cope with how I'm feeling.

My friends or loved ones have expressed concern about me.

I feel disconnected from previously beloved activities.

Some or all of my relationships are strained.

The more statements that you selected,  the more likely therapy could have an impact on your life.

Whether it’s your job, relationships, or ability to cope, we all can use extra support and an emotional tune up occasionally. Poor emotional fitness can affect every aspect of our lives and leave us feeling depleted both mentally and physically. Among many other benefits, therapy can help with overcoming past traumas, developing coping skills, improving relationships, and increasing self-awareness and compassion. Contact me today for more information on how to get started.

To receive more information on how to get started with the program or more info on how therapy can help you, please submit the form below.* Please include your contact information as well as any questions you may have.

*PLEASE NOTE: This is not an official recommendation regarding your potential treatment in therapy. A therapeutic relationship is not commenced until you have made a formal appointment for therapy and completed a signed treatment contract or signed a disclosure statement. Electronic communication with Kaitlin Jones, including responses from her, does not constitute a therapeutic relationship. Also, please note that email is not considered a confidential form of communication and personal details should not be relayed in electronic messages.