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Life Transitions

Move through periods of change, uncertainty, loss, or growth with acceptance and resiliency

Change is inevitable. It can be sought after, or put upon you, but while change may be unavoidable at times, an ability to cope with change and be resilient throughout it can be learned. 

Here are but a few of life's transitions that can bring stress, difficulty sleeping, fatigue, headaches, and contribute to bouts of depression and anxiety if left unchecked:


  • Change in relationship with partner (marriage, separation, infidelity)

  • Pregnancy, postpartum, and parenting

  • Change in job 

  • Moving

  • Illness (self or friend/loved one)

  • Coping with grief and loss

  • Starting, finishing or returning to school

  • Change in identity

  • Loss of fit in family, school, work, friends, society

Here are some ways therapy can help people with change: 

  • Better understand the unknown to make it easier to face by objectively assessing the situation

  • Increase your agency and regain a sense of focus and control in times of uncertainty

  • Learn how to bolster your resiliency to cope and even thrive in times of uncertainty

  • Learn relaxation skills, mindfulness and being present as tools to work through stressful situations

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