Getting Curious About Psychotherapy?

Making that first call is tough. There are so many reasons we are told not to: “I should stand on my own two feet.” Or “Therapy is for crazy people.” Here are a handful of reasons you might want to consider seeking help:

  • You are depressed but are not sure why.
  • You are anxious but are not sure why.
  • You are confused about where your life is going.
  • Your current relationship seems to be going the same way as your previous relationship — and it’s not good.
  • Your family is so in one another’s business that it is hard to know where one person begins and another ends.
  • Your family is detached, and you have many unresolved questions about how you grew up.

Kalea Chapman, Psy.D.


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Clinical Psychologist practicing in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles, California.

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