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Health Tip: Thinking About Psychological Therapy?

HealthDay News
by -- Diana Kohnle
Updated: Nov 16th 2016

(HealthDay News) -- Psychological therapy involves more than discussing your problems with a professional. It can also help you cope with life's challenges, especially issues that bother you.

Here are common reasons to seek therapy, courtesy of the American Academy of Family Physicians:

  • Depression.
  • Marital problems.
  • Sexual issues.
  • Stress and anxiety.
  • Addiction.
  • Grief and loss.
  • Anger.
  • Your career.
  • Family issues.
  • Chronic illness.
  • Domestic violence.
  • Eating disorders.