Which Bridge to Help is right for your needs?
A Note About Counseling...
Many people hesitate to see a counselor because they have never done so before, or it’s not in their family culture, or because of shame, or they feel that no one can understand their particular set of circumstances. Others may feel that the issues they struggle with are not "serious" enough to seek professional help. Still others may view therapy as a sign of weakness or personal failure. Sadly, all too often such mistaken beliefs prevent people from taking positive action to improve their emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being.
Seeking counseling is a sign of strength, not weakness.
It is a signal that we have made a decision to take control of issues or problems in our lives, rather than letting them control us.
Working with a therapist can be a great way to gain new perspectives, explore new options and solutions that may have eluded us, and find ways of getting "unstuck" from situations in which we may have felt helpless.
Bridge to Help
Michigan-based women's counselor, Elizabeth Peace Scott, helps you overcome challenges in your life and move towards a journey filled with growth and well-being.
Whether you are looking for guidance, or to empower yourself in a new direction, she is here to help you with several methods of proven counseling and therapies.
Getting Therapy can save you from a world of hurt
The therapeutic environment gives us an opportunity to be ourselves, in privacy, without judgment or ridicule. It allows us to discuss what troubles us honestly, openly, and confidentially. I view counseling as a collaboration between the two of us to understand issues, clarify thoughts and feelings, establish goals, and find ways to achieve a better quality of life.
No problem is too small or too unique for an individual to potentially benefit from counseling. If it troubles us, it is worth discussing with a therapist.
I invite you to glance through this website to find which "bridge to help" is right for you.
I can help you, you are not alone.
Bridging where you are to where you want to be
Clinical or Christian Counseling & Therapies for all ages