Cypress Lake FL Life Transitions Counseling – Grief/Depression Therapy Updated

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Cypress Lake, FL - SWFL Counseling, LLC. (239-225-2180) is committed to serving others with dedication and compassion. It believes that everyone deserves to be heard, and that is why it recently updated its life transition coaching services for those that need them the most.

Strengthening its life transition mental health packages, SWFL Counseling affirms its mission of providing a safe space where people can openly discuss their grief without shame or judgment. The group says that major life changes in one’s life, such as the death of a loved one or even changing one’s job, can trigger a depressive episode that needs to be immediately resolved before it worsens.

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With the updated services, patients can see the counselor of their choice and safely experience the five stages of grief, which are denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. People may become overwhelmed between the anger and acceptance stages and begin to lash out at themselves or others to compensate.

Aware of this, SWFL Counseling has updated its life transition services to help those who are suffering. Offering several decades of combined experience in grief counseling, mental health coaching, and positive psychology, clients are assured that their concerns are treated with the highest level of confidentiality and professionalism.

The group specializes in life transition counseling that comes right after a major life event. The group clarifies that this can be any incident that triggered an overwhelming response in a person, as many people perceive various events differently.

New clients are encouraged to schedule an appointment with their preferred therapist through their website. Currently, most therapists offer face-to-face sessions, though there is a limited number who also provide telehealth services. The full list of names can be seen on the website.

The physical office of SWFL is located in Fort Myers, though they serve residents from all around the state.

The group also offers counseling for other types of life events, including couples therapy and children’s counseling. Reiki sessions are also given.

A spokesperson for the group said, “We believe in treating the whole person, which leads to healthy interactions and communication with others. We believe people have the ability to reach their full potential with a bit of hard work and direction. Emotionally. Spiritually. Relationally.”

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