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Finding support for emotional issues
Everyone has ups and downs, or feels anger and profound sadness at times. But how do you know when your emotions are of the everyday sort that are likely to resolve with time, or when you could benefit from seeing a therapist?
Probably the best clue that it’s time to see a therapist is a sense that the way you’re thinking, feeling or behaving has been interfering with your normal life over a significant period of time. You don’t need a clear definition of what’s bothering you before you seek therapy; it’s enough to say you’re feeling overwhelmed, immobilized or out of your depth.
To find the support you need, contact the Counseling Center or call 859-323-5511 to schedule an appointment with a UHS behavioral health provider.