From my own experience I believe that they do, don't know where I be today without them. But I understand why some people believe they can't help them.
If they're there to help you, then yes.
Yes, as long as we tell the truth and do the work
try a witch doctor
Yes, if you find the right one they can offer you perspective and explanations as to why you might be feeling like you do. And you can tell them anything and you know it won't get back to family and friends.
I was given medicine once for depression .... it made it impossible for me to enjoy sex or to really laugh or to really cry or to really feel anything...SO...I went back and told the individual that if I thought I was depressed before.... I was really depressed after those meds....I walk now daily and I have felt fine for 25 years.
Since we closed most of the mental hospitals the antipsychotic drugs prescribed by psychiatrists have kept many a person out of prison.
I have a dear friend in the field. She's just so wonderful! Mostly, I think they're nuts. Serious malpractice.
Yes and being married to one is the best. *wink*
I am not sure.....i still call them Pseudo-scientist
i never think so
What helps is when a person wants too talk openly because they are tired of where they are. It could be a friend a bartender.. even a psych
If you find the right one.