Do you feel nonchalant as life passes you by? Apathy, which refers to a lack of interest or motivation, can prevent you from realizing your purpose, creating meaningful relationships, and even supporting your own well-being.
If you’re dealing with apathy and are looking for a way to restore your zest for life, therapy can help.
If you’re not sure whether you’d like to seek therapy for apathy, you’re not alone. It can be challenging to decide when it’s time, especially since many of us feel apathy about specific things from time to time.
Here are some concerning symptoms of apathy:
It’s important to familiarize yourself with the causes of apathy, because it can be caused by some potentially dangerous conditions. Apathy is regularly seen in people with mental conditions like depression and schizophrenia, as well as brain injuries and diseases like Parkinson’s disease and Huntington's disease. It is important that you consult a medical professional if you suspect an injury or illness is causing your apathy.
Need a bit of assistance to move forward? Licensed therapist Jessica Connolly writes about how to find the right therapist for you.
Apathy can leave you stuck and alone; that’s no way to live. We recommend that you seek treatment for apathy sooner rather than later. Mental Health Match can help you find a local therapist or counselor in minutes! Start by browsing apathy experts below or by using our free therapist matching tool.
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