Do you ever feel like something is not right in your life, but you can't quite figure out what it is?
Do you struggle with symptoms of depression or anxiety, and you don’t know why?
Are there things that happened to you in your past, and as much as you try to forget them, they continue to affect your present?
Do you feel like you’re living for everyone else except yourself?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you could benefit from counseling. Counseling is the ultimate form of self-care. In our busy world, we rarely take the time to slow down and listen, to look inward and connect with our true selves.
Life is hard. It’s normal to struggle.
There are several common misconceptions about counseling, but perhaps the most commonly held is the idea that counseling is only for people who are really “messed up” or “have a problem.” The truth is that counseling is different from other mental health services, because counselors take a holistic, wellness-based approach, rather than following a medical model. Instead of asking “what is wrong with you,” counselors are asking “how can you live your best life and be your most authentic self?”
At Davis Counseling we use this holistic, wellness-based approach, integrating the person-centered theory of Carl Rogers with other research-based techniques. We honor the unique individuality of each client. Here you will find compassion, understanding, unconditional acceptance, and a place where you can truly be yourself.
“The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.”
--Carl R. Rogers, On Becoming a Person: The Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy