Social Media Concerns Counseling

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Social Media Concerns Counseling

Social media in Counseling is a hot topic. It’s no secret that social media has taken over the internet and consumes a lot of people’s lives but we need to understand that social media addiction can lead to serious disorders. You may term it as being ‘obsessed’, if not addicted. It is really important for us to stay in touch with realities of life that lie beyond the screens of phones and laptops.

Talk to a Counselor About

  1. Dealing with social media issues
  2. Distraction or social media addiction
  3. Impact of social media on relationships
  4. Measuring self- worth based on our popularity over social networking websites
  5. Peer comparison, envy and jealousy.
  6. Procrastination
  7. Narcissism
  8. Fear of Missing Out

How Counseling Helps?

We help you getting engaged in digital detox strategies that simply allow you to reduce the amount of time spent on social media. Whilst taking a break from being online may come as a welcome relief for some, other people may not feel able to do this. This is where additional support may be needed.

Counseling and psychotherapy can offer a way of exploring what is behind your need for connection. It can also allow you to explore other ways of feeling connected, without the digital stimulation.

A behavioral addiction, such as to the Internet and social media, can often be masking underlying issues that heighten anxiety. Exploring your feelings within a private and confidential setting can be a useful way of working through behavioral addictions.

The ultimate goal of counseling is to help individuals either reduce or stop their addiction altogether, depending on their specific needs and goals. Though each counselor will have their own unique way of working, sessions may involve exploring different ways of dealing with certain urges and  triggers and exploring the origins of the problem and the underlying reason for your addiction.