Therapy for Life Transitions

Navigating the transitions of life can be overwhelming and lonely.

You do not have to navigate life transitions alone

Change and life transitions are inevitable. Some changes are exciting, such as becoming a parent or experiencing career growth and change. Other transitions are not as welcome—loss of relationship due to death or divorce, a chronic or terminal medical diagnosis or a period of growth in midlife that creates confusion.

These situations can cause an enormous amount of anxiety, feelings of depression and/or hopelessness.

Working together, through a research-based, meaning-centered approach, we will work to increase confidence and clarity while decreasing anxiety and depressive thoughts and feelings.

When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.

Viktor Frankl

Finding meaning in transition

Making meaning of difficulties and stressors while recognizing the choices within the transition can decrease anxiety and increase positive thoughts and feelings.

Let's Connect

Contact me to discuss how I can help. Call 704-533-0061 or email me at breta@dilworthcounseling.com.

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