Life Transitions Therapy
Are you having difficulty adjusting to an important transition in
your life? Possible changes could include: moving, new job or unemployment, gender or sexuality struggles, illness, relationship difficulties, break-up or divorce, parenting issues, step-family, empty nest, parents aging, grief/loss. If so you may be experiencing an Adjustment Disorder.
Adjustment Disorder is a type of stress-related mental illness. It is a short-term condition that occurs when you have a great struggle coping with, or adjusting to, a particular change in your life. You may feel anxious or depressed and normal daily routines may feel overwhelming. You may feel sad or hopeless or be unusually argumentative. Going to work or school or other day-to day activities may be difficult. You may also be avoiding your friends and family. Additional symptoms of adjustment disorder are listed below.
If you are having difficulty adjusting to a major life change, counseling can help. You don't have to go through this alone! Fill out our appointment request form today to speak with a therapist.
"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I'll try again tomorrow."
-MARY ANNE RADMACHER
Helpful Links For Adjustment Disorder
- Heathline.com - Offers helpful information and trusted health advice for people who are suffering from Adjustment Disorder.
- WebMD.com - A great resource for people looking for information, treatment, symptoms and advice on many conditions or disorders such as Adjustment Disorder.
- Make The Connection - Learn the signs and symptoms of adjustment disorder. Hear stories from other Veterans. Find treatment options for adjustment disorders.