You are anxious about you and your family getting coronavirus and being sick.
You are worried about how you will provide for your family as your job or your business is taking a downturn in the current economy.
You are grieving a sense of normalcy that has been lost as you practice social isolation.
These are challenging times. It’s hard for you right now. Everything you thought you would be doing in this season is vastly different than you expected, and the feelings of loss are real.
There are emotions you need to process in the midst of all these sudden changes. It might seem to you like expressing your feelings is petty in the midst of the seriousness of the virus. Please know, it’s necessary.
Whether it’s a feeling of disappointment, grief or anxiety, what’s on your heart and mind matters. You are not making light of someone else’s significant pain while you process your own pain to gain a better perspective.
The worst you can do with your feelings of fear and isolation is to keep them all to yourself. Doing it will erode you.
When you are anxious, the best thing you can do is to lean on others. Feeling connected and supported is good for your immune system and good for your soul.
Our skilled counselors are here to help you address your worries and gain a sense of peace even in the midst of the pandemic.
We are also learning from our clients and from stories around the world that being in self-isolation is hard on your marriage and family relationships. Being in close quarters and away from regular life routines can lead to conflict at home.
Our caring relationship counselors want to make sure that your marriage and family relationships not only survive but thrive as you practice social isolation.
We are here to offer you anxiety therapy, grief therapy, and relationship therapy in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic through online teletherapy in Washington state.
You can choose between a traditional 50 min or a shorter 30 min Zoom video or phone session!
Schedule your counseling session online to address what is troubling you.
Not ready to schedule your first appointment yet?
Give us a call and we will be happy to answer your questions (360) 356-8756
We look forward to supporting you during these challenging times!