Helene Beddingfield, RN, ATR, LMFT
Individual, Couple and Family Counseling
Healing for Relationships
 
The most successful people are those who are good at Plan B.”
~ James Yorke
 
 
 
 
 
If you are wanting to make positive changes in your life, then I encourage you to look at therapy. It can provide you with an opportunity to explore options that can assist you in that process. We all come from backgrounds that have influenced us in positive as well as negative ways, yet each of our responses are unique and specific to how we perceive and incorporate these influences into our belief about ourselves. Some of this is conscious and some is not, but it still affects how we go about our lives and interactions with other people--including how we treat ourselves. 
 
I see my role as holding up a metaphorical mirror allowing you to see yourself more clearly.  Sometimes the hardest person to get to know is ourselves. How often do we surprise ourselves with an action that we vowed we would not repeat, yet an old recycle occurs. This type of behavior can affect those of us who are just going through a hard time and a specific situation is compromising our normal coping or it can take the form of anxiety, depression or compulsions that seem to come out of no where  and can affect us physically,  as well as  emotionally.
 
If you are finding that your means of coping isn't quite covering an ongoing stressor and  your efforts seem to lead to more frustration, then therapy may be an important step to consider in your efforts to find an alternative route towards a solution.
 
 

 
 
 
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