Sometimes, people feel something very important is missing in their lives, their jobs, their relationships. Sometimes they feel worthless, sometimes they feel empty, or lost, perhaps even angry at everyone and the world.
Family Counseling Service offers a place where an individual can stop and reflect on their life. By providing a compassionate ear and helpful observation, our therapists can often point out positive areas of one’s life that are being overlooked or ignored.
Treatment approaches are designed to refocus a person’s dissatisfaction back to a person’s true and authentic interests and the passions that often have been often ignored as life was lived without purpose or reflection.
One middle-aged woman who recently moved to Utah was afraid to leave her home, felt alone and had to struggle with a relative’s constant demands. This woman was able to regain a sense of control and purpose in her life by learning to set boundaries and discovering her interest in local culture. By being asked to take small steps in standing up for her own self and rediscovering what she truly enjoyed doing, she was able to regain the confidence to get out of her home and begin actively engaging in the local community.