I Find It Difficult To Talk - Will Therapy Work For Me

Updated 04-Jul-2019 - First Published 04-Jul-2019 by Debi Douglas
What if you find it difficult to talk?

The question is, you find it difficult to talk - will this be a problem?

No, this will not be a problem. When someone has a difficult time opening up, there could be multiple reasons why. Some of the reasons could be but are not limited to things like,

  • difficulty talking to a stranger
  • issues with trust
  • not being sure what to say or how to say it, or maybe
  • the presence of certain emotions or feelings like anger, sadness, guilt, shame or anxiety.

But, don't you worry. I'm a skilled therapist with a compassionate and caring heart.

To speak honestly, I have a positive effect on my clients such that they are able to open up and talk freely. I will be patient with you. I know the right techniques to address your specific concerns. This is a step by step process, and I will be there with you.

Credentials

Debi Douglas
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Florida
LMHC, BC-TMH, MCAP, EMDR
Qualified Supervisor

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Emergency

In case of emergency, call 911, or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255, or your local hospital.

Everyone Welcome

Although Debi is a qualified Christian therapist, please know that whatever your beliefs, in her practice, everyone is warmly welcomed.

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