Therapy is not giving another person control over your life. It is taking control of your own life and emotions and making the choice to change.
Social fragmentation, the break down of the family, isolation, and stress has wounded and broken many of us. Families need to be honest about their need for professional help – honest with themselves and with those around them. It is a sign of strength to admit weakness! Plus, there are burdens that parents simply cannot carry alone. Marriage counselors, child therapists, 12 Step groups, doctors, and support groups are all resources that families can and should take advantage of in order to function in a healthy, holy way. Counseling can offer hope, healing, and a path forward. Listen in as we discuss some of the challenges and obstacles, what to look for in a counselor as well as a note on therapy for children.
- Kheriaty’s Catholic Guide to Depression
- Mike’s interview with Dr. Kheriaty for EWTN: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8SIWlQ0ZUqY
- Article on choosing a good therapist – https://www.catholiccounselors.com/choosing-a-therapist-a-guide-for-catholics/