It is human to occasionally experience feelings of isolation, confusion, and other difficult emotions. While these feelings themselves do not indicate a need for therapy, if they occur in response to life changes or relationship difficulties, you may benefit from therapy. Some examples include:
Isolation, Loneliness Sometimes you may find yourself without a meaningful relationship. Finding a healthy relationship can be aided by looking at the issues that have gotten in the way in the past.
Healing: Break-up, Separation, Divorce This special form of ending can evoke a wide range of powerful emotions. By processing them mindfully through therapy, you are better able to choose which lessons to draw from the ending, and build a stronger foundation to move forward.
Grief, Mourning Whether from a death, retirement, or other life change, the people and things we love sometimes come to an end. Mourning is an active rather than passive process, but our culture gives us little guidance on the matter. Therapy can support you as you deal with your loss.