1. Personal development.
Counselling can help you become a better person and grow in new ways. It’s additional input that can spark your development both personally and professionally. In counselling, you can work on developing the traits and behaviours that you aspire to have
Maintaining your mental health is important. You don’t drive around without changing your oil until your engine catches fire. It’s not a good idea to do that with your mental health either. Counselling can be a preventative measure against future challenges.
3. Understanding where you came from
Ancestry kits are all the rage these days as people try to figure out where they are from. This is how you can look at it in a counselling context — to look at your family and history, and how that has shaped who you are.
4. Breaking old relationship patterns.
Taking time to go over what went wrong and how you can do things better in the future is like going over the replay tape with your coach after a big game. Taking stock of past experiences can position you even better for future relationships.