Does Coming Into Psychotherapy Mean That I Am Mentally Ill?

Absolutely not. In fact, the majority of our clients are very successful, highly educated and fully functioning people such as doctors, lawyers, military officers, teachers, business owners, CEOs, athletes, teachers, technicians, scientists, executives, civil servants, and therapists.

They come into therapy because they feel “stuck” and are looking for knowledge, insights, and skills to better manage through a host of human challenges and / or transitions, such as births and deaths; unhealthy relationships or marital problems; past traumas that are interfering with their lives; addictions; children and teens with serious issues, and more.

These are not the problems of the psychologically ill. Rather, it is entirely natural for well-adjusted people to feel overwhelmed and disoriented at times, and seeking psychotherapy from a trusted source like The Awakened Mind Institute at The Denver Psychotherapy Center is a wise decision.

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