1. break free from confinement or control.
The Internet provides an endless amount of entertainment
and is a fantastic resource to help us in our daily lives.
However, some activities on the Internet can be problematic and even addictive.
Escaping problematic Internet use is an ongoing pursuit
of breaking free from confinement or control.
Are You in Pain?
Even if you are not dealing with problematic Internet use, you could be in a lot of pain. You could be experiencing overwhelming sadness or anxiety that keeps you up at night. Maybe you are always angry and don't know why. Or maybe your relationships are causing more stress than you can bear.
We go to the doctor when we experience physical pain. We should see a mental health professional when we experience emotional pain. Counseling at Escapingthe.com can help you find healing from your emotional pain.
Individual counseling provides a safe place to explore and work through emotional pain. Great healing comes from working through that pain. You will be respected as you reach your goals in counseling.
Family involvement is key in providing support for those struggling. For many, when family support is low, negative coping skills increase. Family counseling helps bring families closer together and learn practical ways to better support each other.
Parenting can be overwhelming. We want the best for our kids but sometimes don't know what that is. Parenting sessions allow parents the space to find tools that work for them and their family.
You may feel you don't love your partner anymore and all hope is lost for the relationship. Couples counseling gives you and your partner the space to work through hurt and fall in love with each other all over again.
"I have had the privilege of working together with Jeremy Edge on many cases and he is not only very competent, but intelligent, insightful and compassionate. He is one of the leading experts on internet addiction in the Dallas area and is up to date on the latest information and treatment. I respect him as a colleague and highly recommend him as a therapist."
— Michelle Bledsoe, LPC