Time to Get Therapy?

Updated: Aug 6

Making the decision to get support with any issue is not easy. Here’s how some Today's Couch clients knew it was time to get therapeutic support.

Doctor Recommendation

Sometimes a physician might recommend a patient see a therapist. This goes for adults and children alike. Medical providers make referrals for many reasons, including stress management, relationship support, parenting, and mental health.

Family Recommendation

Family and friends may recommend therapy. With few exceptions, they make this recommendation because they care, and because they think it may help you feel better.

Difficulties in Daily Life

If you’re having difficulty with everyday tasks, that might be a sign that it is time to get support. A licensed therapist who knows your way of life can help you tackle the concerns that bring you here.


Sometimes clients recognize they are unable to make the necessary changes on their own, and that can lead to a sense of hopelessness. Good therapy helps you build the tools so you can better manage your life.


Birthdays and anniversaries are the reasons some start therapy when an challenge has been unresolved over time. Some major milestones require an increase in the ability to cope and manage stress, such as a new baby, a new marriage, etc.

Whatever is bringing you here, you don't have to struggle alone. Contact us to schedule a free consultation and learn how we can help.