seek professional help

seek professional help

Euph. to get psychiatric or psychological treatment. If you are seriously thinking of suicide, now is the time to seek professional help. His friends suggested that he seek professional help.
See also: help, professional, seek
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Rhys becomes worried that Jacqui is on the verge of a complete breakdown and urges his wife to seek professional help.
If you have a debt problem you can also seek professional help from your local Citizen's Advice Bureau or get in touch with a licensed credit union.
If kids can't get back to their normal life, show unusual changes in their routines or give other signals they are struggling, seek professional help.
I would therefore urge people to seek professional help.
When it comes to deciding whether or not to seek professional help, the type of injury doesn't really matter; what matters is the severity.
Such decisions prevent maternal death due to complications after abortion, since women need not fear prosecution if they seek professional help.
Following an overview of what people can do to promote good health, they offer a compilation of common ailments organized by body system: their symptoms, causes, prevention, conventional and alternative medicine remedies, and when to seek professional help.
To ease the pressure, small businesses can seek professional help from chartered accountants to guide them through the red tape maze.
Southern said parents should seek professional help for their kids if they notice significant changes in sleeping or eating patterns, changes in mood and attitude, changes in a young persons' social life and if they suddenly become isolated or engage in unusual types of social behavior.
In extreme cases, the individual may need to seek professional help, and you should be willing to support this help as needed.
Although young people under the age of 13 engaging in sexual activity must always give cause for concern, there may be an even greater threat to the safety and welfare of a young girl if she feels unable to seek professional help on abusive relationships, contraception, pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases.
A special committee responding to the discovery of the deadly H5N1 virus in swans in southern Italy has warned that people should not touch sick or dead wild birds, but should seek professional help.
PLAYERS' chief Gordon Taylor has urged Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney to seek professional help in an effort to curb his temper.
While some might respond with anger or denial, he states, "others are beginning to seek professional help in coming to terms with their own fears and needs, turning to therapists and mentor/coaches, including professionally trained social workers, for assistance in finding more fulfilling and effective lives" (p.
Failing this, the manager might seek professional help.