coral Springs counseling for women

Caretaking, Feeling Unloved, Overwhelmed, Trauma Issues, Relationship Issues, Depression, Boundaires

WHY DO WOMEN NEED COUNSELING?

Women have many different hats that they wear: Daughter, Girlfriend, Wife, Mother, Employee…. Women are typically expected to be able to smoothly transition through these roles. Usually less spoken about is the fact that many women have to run through at least two and up to four of these roles in the same day. This can be exhausting and attempting to balance these transitions is expected by our society.  

LOOKING FOR RELIEF

More recently there have been more satirical videos on social media about the difficulties that women face in making some of these transitions. While these videos can offer some humor relief, not every woman has the time to sit and watch videos normalizing the chaos that goes along with wearing different hats. Most of the time you are just trying to balance everything until it’s time to go to sleep and unfortunately this means you are missing out on the beautiful parts of your sometimes exhausting life too. 


Women’s Counseling Topics

  • Anxiety
  • Anger
  • Stress
  • Health Issues
  • Parenting
  • Sexual Issues
  • Marriage Problems
  • Cheating Spouse
  • Parenting
  • Communication
  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Boundaries
  • Body Image
  • Chronic Pain
  • Sexism
  • Fertility Issues

SEEKING PARKLAND AND CORAL SPRINGS COUNSELING FOR WOMEN

Women are more likely then men to talk to others about what is happening in their lives. However, it is important to seek out professional help through women's counseling as well as help from your friends and family. “Research shows that there are 3 main factors which are highly protective against the development of mental problems especially depression: 


  1. having sufficient autonomy to exercise some control in response to severe events.
  2. access to some material resources that allow the possibility of making choices in the face of severe events.
  3. psychological support from family, friends, or women's health providers is powerfully protective.” http://www.who.int/mental_health/prevention/genderwomen/en/