TYPES OF ISSUES

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People see Psychologists for many different reasons.  Some of the most common reasons are:

  • You feel unhappy most of the time.
  • You worry all the time and are unable to find the solutions to your problems.
  • You feel extremely sad and helpless.
  • You feel worthless.
  • You feel hopeless.
  • You feel nervous, anxious and worried most of the time.
  • You have panic attacks.
  • You have a hard time concentrating or remembering.
  • You are suffering from insomnia.
  • You are having trouble at work.
  • You are being bullied or harassed.
  • You have experienced something traumatic.
  • You have had an injury.
  • You keep experiencing something that has happened in the past.
  • You are finding it hard to live life to the full.
  • You are having trouble letting go of some worries and changing your behaviour.
  • Your emotional state is affecting your daily life: your sleep, eating habits, job and relationships.
  • You are having a hard time functioning from day to day.
  • Your behaviour is harmful to yourself or others.
  • Your are feeling impatient and angry with someone you are taking care of.
  • You are having problems with your family members or in other important relationships.
  • You or someone you care about has problems with substance abuse or other addictions.
  • You are the victim of sexual abuse or domestic violence.
  • You have an eating disorder.
  • You or someone you love has a serious illness or injury and you are having a hard time with it.
  • You are having trouble getting over the death of someone you loved.
  • You feel lonely and isolated.
  • You are experiencing problems in a sexual relationship.
  • Your family has a lot of conflict and tension.
  • You are experiencing a divorce or separation.
  • You are having a hard time coping with change.
  • You often feel afraid, angry or guilty.
  • You have a hard time setting and reaching goals.
  • Your child is having problems with behaviour or school performance.
  • You have a hard time talking with your partner, children, parents, family members, friends or co-workers.
  • You are having problems dealing with your own sexual orientation, or the sexual orientation of someone you care about.
  • You are planning to marry, and have some concerns.
  • You have gotten divorced and your family needs help adjusting.
  • You are part of a blended family and need help learning to live together.