Throughout our lives things are constantly changing; whether you are moving-out of your parent's house, starting a family, beginning a new career, ending a marriage, a loss of a loved one, or preparing to become a grandparent. Life often brings about unexpected and expected changes that we may or may not embrace. If someone is having difficult embracing or adapting to the newest transition, it could affect other areas of their lives. Symptoms usually occur within three months (or longer) since the time of the transition and may include: feeling overwhelmed, stress, panic, difficulty enjoying activities, avoiding social situations, and changes in eating or sleeping. A therapist can help provide the stable and consistent support you may need during this difficult transition period. Therapy will also assist you with adjusting to the changes that are going on in your life. To request a new patient appointment click here.