You knew that college life would be tough. But you didn’t know it would kick in week two of the first quarter! How could you possibly already have exams and papers due? You’ve begun to live your life in a constant state of panic. Our Evanston therapists can help you get a handle on the anxiety and panic before you burn out your mental health..
If you came in to see one of our Evanston therapists or had a telehealth appointment, we might suspect you were dealing with depression if lately, you’ve just felt off. You don’t want to go anywhere or do anything. Your friends check on you to make sure you are doing okay. You’d rather just stay in and not do anything. If your friends convince you to hang out with them, you never really have a good time.
You know that body positivity is the trend these days. Messages about loving every part of your body, no matter the shape, color, or size, are everywhere on social media. But somehow, you just can’t get past your flaws. Our Evanston therapists understand where you are coming from. We’re ready to chat with you about how you feel.
When you step onto Northwestern’s campus this fall, you’ll step into a world of changes: new friends, new classes, new profs, or new living situations. At Evanston Counseling, we want to support you. Our therapists are here to help you set healthy habits. Who doesn’t want to feel happier this school year?
Everyone has a little difficulty getting adjusted to college life, right? And graduate school could be just a little more intense than you had ever imagined. But do you really need to have therapy as a college student? Let’s take a look at why ongoing therapy for college students could boost your mood, lessen your anxiety and help you to have the success you’re looking for.
It’s final exam time for the Northwestern students here in Evanston and for many of the local colleges here in Chicago. You know you should be studying for that bio final or writing the paper for your psych class. In our Evanston therapy practice, we work with students like you to develop strategies to procrastinate less and keep the anxiety and ADHD away.
If you’re a student, no one needs to tell you that college life (the rat race for grades, standing out at a competitive university, etc.) is stressful and causes a ton of anxiety. But, anxiety doesn’t have to rule your college years. You can learn to cope with it to feel better, enjoy this time and make it some of your most fun years. Our Evanston therapists are here to help you identify if you’re feeling anxiety and how to successfully manage the symptoms.