Psychotherapy and neurofeedback are best seen as investments in you and your well-being. It is easy to forego your own needs and simply adapt – in fact, most of the clients with whom I work say that have spent much of their life “just dealing with things” like debilitating depression, anxiety, symptoms of concussion, panic attacks, and PTSD. And although survival mode can become comfortable in some strange way when we’ve been in it for so long, there is so much more available to us with the right support. In fact, these very same clients are just the ones who say, “I can’t believe I waited so long to get help. I never knew it was possible to feel like myself again.”
If you are in that position, take a moment to consider the life you would like for yourself and compare it to the life you are living. How much of a discrepancy is there between the two? Isn’t that life worth the investment?