Life transitions can be exciting, but they can also be challenging and stressful. Therapy can be an effective way to navigate life transitions and manage the associated stress and anxiety. Here are some examples of therapy approaches that may be helpful:

1. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT): SFBT focuses on identifying and achieving specific goals related to the transition. The therapist will work with the individual to identify what they want to achieve and help them develop a plan to reach those goals.

2. Narrative Therapy: Narrative therapy helps individuals explore their experiences and how they relate to their life story. The therapist can help the individual identify patterns and themes that may be impacting their ability to adjust to the transition and create a more positive narrative.

3. Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR): MBSR is a mindfulness-based therapy that helps individuals manage stress and anxiety related to life transitions. The therapy involves developing awareness of thoughts and emotions, and learning to accept them without judgment.
These are just a few examples of therapy approaches that may be helpful for life transitions. It’s important to work with a therapist who can customize the approach to meet your individual needs and goals. Therapy can provide a supportive and safe space to work through the challenges of life transitions and help you move forward with greater confidence and resilience.

I help individuals cope with major life changes, such as moving, changing jobs, getting married, having children, or retiring. Life transitions can be exciting, but they can also be stressful and overwhelming and may cause feelings of anxietydepression, or uncertainty.