Is Therapy at Little Seed Counseling of Greensboro Right for You? Our Approach Works Best for Particular Kinds of People
When you read “particular kinds of people,” did you think that was excluding you? It’s not! What we mean by that is simple – there are no cookie-cutter solutions here! Instead, our approach may work especially well for you – because it’s designed for you. You can learn more about the kinds of therapy we offer at Little Seed Counseling in Greensboro on this page, but please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions.
If You've Lost a Loved One or are Anticipating a Loss
You've lost someone you love already, or you are anticipating losing them in the near future. You need support but don't want to "burden" your friends with your pain. Life feels different and you need some help figuring out how to exist without this person in your life. You might feel guilty for having fun times again or feel confused about how you should "act.” The fact that we all experience loss in our lives makes you feel less alone, but it doesn’t stop the pain. We’re here and you can lean on us.
If You Have Unresolved Trauma
You may be experiencing nightmares and flashbacks. You might be self-medicating to avoid feeling the pain associated with a traumatic event. You might feel like no one understands what you have been through. We understand. Don’t go it alone. Reach out to us.
If Your Relationship is Struggling
You see examples of couples who have been successful, and you might be starting to feel like you will never have that in your own relationship. In some cases, you might be on the verge of a breakup or divorce . You really want to stay together, but you’re struggling to connect. We’re here for you.
If You’re Worried About Your Own or a Loved One’s Substance Use
You may have found yourself relying on substances to get you through the day. You may have started to experience consequences as a result of your substance use. If you are an addict’s loved one, you may be concerned about their drinking or drug use and obsessed with helping them make changes. You feel hopeless at times and raw. Let us help.
If You’ve Been in Recovery Awhile, but It’s Not Easy or What You Expected
Despite having months, or years, (decades?) of sobriety under your belt, it’s not gotten that much easier and there still isn’t that “happy, joyous, and free” feeling everyone talks about. There are core issues or character defects getting in your way. Let’s talk.
If You Experience a Relapse
Your shame is at an all time high. You may have returned to drinking or using, and you can't figure out how you got here. You are terrified to go back into the rooms or reach out to your support network. You want to feel better and get your life back on track, but it feels overwhelming. You might be able to put together a couple of days of recovery, but inevitably, you start using again. Don’t give up.
If You're Experiencing Infertility or Going Through IVF
You've been to countless doctors. You cry every time someone posts another pregnancy announcement. You've decided on IVF and have started all of the medications and shots (ouch!). You feel overwhelmed. You might be coming to terms with grief around using donor eggs or sperm or giving up on the process all together. You need someone who understands what it is like to go through this. Let us support and encourage you.
We know that you are hoping for change. We know that you have tried your hardest to heal on your own. We honor and appreciate your efforts and invite you to utilize us in your healing process. You don't have to live like this anymore, and you don’t have to do this alone. We are here for you.
Get Started Working With Us Today!
Please feel free to reach out to the Little Seed Counseling team in Greensboro, NC. We respond quickly (within 24 hours), and our team will always do whatever we can to make the scheduling and intake process simple. We’re here to help!
If you are in a life threatening situation, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline, at 1-800-273-8255. Your call will be routed to the crisis center near you. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.