Counseling is Important
Many people avoid counseling and either see it as useless or overrated. They fail to realize that counseling can help someone overcome mental wounds that can be as painful as physical ones. Still myths exist that prevent people from going to counseling.
Online Psychology Degree blog discusses these myths and why it is important to treat psychological wounds as any physical wound.
Spoken in a low, gentle voice) “I think you should consider counseling.” It sounds ominous, doesn’t it? College is a profound, life-changing experience that will hit you with plenty of intellectual as well as emotional challenges. At some point, you may feel overwhelmed, in need of help, and consider counseling. But many believe that seeking counseling while still in school is detrimental to an academic career or is just a waste of time. Before you write off its benefits, take a look at these common myths about counseling that may prevent you from getting the help you need and deserve.
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