Women's Counseling

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Women tend to take care of everyone but themselves.

“I found peace, comfort, and acceptance, and gained control of my life. The disorder and anxiety weren’t controlling me anymore.

- Mindy, former client

You Can Live A Better Life

 

Critical life changes, grief, loss, mood instability, eating disorders, unhealthy relationships, and traumatic events are some of the most common reasons why women seek counseling.

 

Women also tend to nurture and take care of everyone but themselves. They will often stay strong for the sake of their children and families, forsaking their own well-being. Inevitably, life becomes unmanageable.

 

Women of all ages are twice as likely as men to suffer from anxiety and depression. Consider that in the U.S.:

 

  • One in four females is sexually abused by the time she is 18 years old.

  • Annually, ~4.8 million women experience physical violence and rape by intimate partners.

  • Women still continue to face many forms of discrimination and sexual harassment in the workforce and on college campuses.

 

Despite these facts, hundreds of women each year regain their strength and overcome adversity through counseling at Samaritan. And so can you.

How Does Counseling Help?

 

Counseling empowers you to move beyond your present situation and effect positive change in your life. You will achieve healing, strengthen your self-esteem, and gain the skills you need to cope, manage stress, and practice self-care. Your therapist will work with you to identify and focus on what’s most important to you. You’ll learn how to leverage your strengths and address challenges, creating clear, attainable goals for what you desire for your life.