Frequently Asked Questions
People come to therapy to make their lives better. It is more objective than talking to or seeking the advice of family and friends, People find they have problems with relationships, work and coping with life. Emotions can become hard to manage and can result in feelings of hopelessness, sadness, anxiety, confusion, or loneliness. It has often been confessed to therapists that, “People from my background say that if you go to therapy you must be crazy.” Of course this is far from the truth, and there is hope.
The doctors at Herald Square Psychology have been trained in scientifically proven therapies to help with diagnoses like anxiety and depression just as effectively as medication, depending on the severity and origin of the depression. There are times when medication is not helpful and fortunately therapy offers additional hope and improvement. Oftentimes, when people find that they get “stuck” in repetitive cycles, therapy/coaching can provide solutions to move past them. In the end EVERYONE can benefit from therapy.