For most people, just thinking about going for professional help can be both anxiety-provoking and intimidating. How do you know if you need to go? What will be expected of you? Thinking About Therapy? provides straightforward answers to over 100 questions about psychotherapy. It's like having a supportive friend to guide you through the process. Read it straight through, or skip to the questions that concern you. 1.What is psychotherapy?2.How do I find the right therapist?3.Can I afford therapy?4.What should I tell my family and friends?5.What happens at the first session?6.Will I be able to face what I discover in therapy?7.How will I know if it is working?Therapy can change your life, especially if you educate yourself about the process before you begin. Every decision you make, from finding the right therapist to knowing when it is time to end therapy, can affect the outcome immensely. This book offers encouragement and helps you outline a plan for success based on the experience and insight of someone who's been there.
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Elaine Klonicki is a free-lance writer with a B.A. in Psychology from North Carolina State University. She began psychotherapy to come to terms with an unsuccessful marriage and has been an enthusiastic supporter of therapy ever since. Her mission is to inspire others to live a more joyful, purposeful life.
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