A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.John Augustus Shedd
There’s a stigma surrounding mental health. If you’re stressed or depressed, keep it to yourself. If you experienced something tragic, just push the memory out of your mind. If you ask for help, you’re weak.
At Harbor Psychology, we believe everyone navigating life encounters painful experiences. In fact, if you’re human, you’re suffering. It’s okay to not be okay. And it’s okay to talk about it.
Being at the harbor is like never leaving your comfort zone. It’s playing it “safe” – and it isn’t where you need to stay. Leaving your comfort zone is dangerous, scary, and anxiety-provoking, but it helps you get closer to living life more fully.
Our goal is to help you confront and cope with difficult thoughts and feelings. We can be the harbor you can go to for safety while we work on empowering you to sail out to sea.
Give us a call at 813-531-9433, ext. 2 to see how we can help.