Need Help With

Need Help With

Everyone goes through challenging situations in life, and while you may have successfully navigated through other difficulties you’ve faced, there’s nothing wrong with seeking out extra support when you need it.  Counseling can provide long-lasting benefits and support, giving you the tools you need to move beyond present challenges and circumstances.  Although there are many areas people struggle with, the following are some of the common issues people need help with.  If you recognize some of these symptoms in your own life or a loved one, please see our list of support groups and classes which can help with these and many other issues.  If you require additional help, please call PHD at 303-369-8514 and ask for the counseling department.

Depression

Are you struggling with feelings of sadness or have constant negative thoughts?  Feel irritable or angry?  Lack of Energy? These are all common signs of depression.

Post Traumatic Stress

Have you been exposed to a traumatic event/situation and just can’t seem to let go of the memory?  Do you often think about the event and have feelings of panic/anxiety?  Difficulties concentrating or a hard time falling asleep? One of the most helpful things you can do is tell your story to a safe person.

Addictions

Addictions effect many of us, and can take on many various forms.  Common signs may include:  Financial problems, changes in moods, sudden weight loss or gain, etc.  You are invited to come to The Potter’s House Freedom From Addiction support group which meets every Tuesday evening at 6:00 p.m.

Relationship Issues

Whether you are married or single, relationship issues seem to be a common theme for just about anyone.  Frequenty seen problems in relationships include: lack of healhy communication, problems with conflict resolution, and not recognizing your partner’s love language..

Abuse

There are various forms of abuse, and when people mistreat or misuse others, showing no concern for their integrity or worth as individuals, there are always consequences.  For example, people who’ve suffered abuse often struggle with low self esteem, setting healthy boundaries, and maintaining healthy relationships.

 


 

If you recognize some of these symptoms in your own life or a loved one, please see our list of support groups and classes which can help with these and many other issues.  If you require additional help, please call PHD at 303-369-8514 and ask for the counseling department.