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Bro, what happens in therapy?

Therapy is a systematic process…But what does this systematic process look like? I will keep this very short, very crisp and very relevant. Let’s dive into it.



  1. Well, it starts with identifying the core issues.

Sometimes, what seems like the problem isn't the real issue. For example, if you procrastinate a lot, it could be because you want things to be perfect. This might come from a belief you developed in childhood that perfection equals love. Therapy helps you find these hidden beliefs and challenge them with evidence to form new and healthy patterns.

With all this, you gain a deeper understanding of yourself.


       2. As you progress, you'll have moments of clarity.

  • You'll understand how beliefs from your past affect your present relationships and work. It's like turning on a light in a dark room; you are able to see that table, chair, and bed, and suddenly, things start to make sense. You realize why you kept hurting yourself as you tried to walk around the room.


     3. Therapy sessions would also involve learning and practicing different tools and techniques to manage stress, anxiety, anger, and more.

  • Let’s be honest! Even after therapy, you are going to face many challenges in your life. But now, you will be able to deal with these challenges in a more efficient way with the help of these learnings and tools from therapy.


     4. Once you have acquired new ways to handle life's challenges, you and your therapist will mutually decide when to terminate therapy.

  • However, it’s not an end point. You can always return for follow-up sessions to check in and discuss any new developments.


If you want to try therapy, book your trial session at www.youremotionalwellbeing.org. Your mental health matters, and you deserve the support you need to thrive.


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