Being client directed, mutual exchange is an integral part of the therapeutic process. By working together, you’ll create a vision of how you would like life to be. An important part of our process is revising thoughts, feelings and behaviors necessary to make this vision a reality.
For over twenty years, we have worked with individuals, couples and families. Our specialty is working with children and adults dealing with generalized anxiety, panic attacks obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) emetophobia, and school and social anxiety. In addition, our work includes helping children and adults with attention (ADHD) and learning difficulties, such as Non Verbal Learning Disabilities (NLD) and Asperger’s syndrome.
Individual counseling (sometimes called psychotherapy, talk therapy, or treatment) is a process through which clients work one-on-one with a trained mental health clinician in a safe, caring, and confidential environment.
Counseling can help you address issues related to any aspect of your life: relationships, employment, family issues, trauma recovery, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and other behavioral health concerns. Counseling can also help you explore new ways of thinking about yourself and the world.
Individual counseling is different from group therapy in that it is designed for one person at a time. Group therapy involves two or more people working together toward their own personal goals as well as toward the goals of the group as a whole.
Individual therapy is a place to explore the negative thought processes that lead to negative feelings and turn them into something positive.
Individual therapy is a place where we find solutions to unresolved problems of couples by finding the root cause and helping couples identify the problems they lack in and how they can amend their ways to help live a loving relationship.
The therapist will help you identify patterns in your thinking and feeling, and give you tools for shifting those patterns so they lead to improved emotional regulation and positive behaviors. In this way, individual therapy aims not only at helping you improve yourself but also at improving the quality of your relationships with others.
If you are facing challenges in your relationship, employment, or any aspect of life get in touch for professional individual therapy.
Individual therapy has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of mental health conditions, including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, and personality disorders. The effectiveness can vary depending on the individual, the specific mental health condition, and the type of therapy used.
Individual therapy is a form of therapy in which the client works one-on-one with a trained therapist. There are many types of individual therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, humanistic therapy, and others.
The role of individual therapy is to help individuals understand and resolve their personal and psychological issues. This can involve helping the individual understand their feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, developing coping strategies and problem-solving skills, and working towards personal goals.
The process of individual therapy typically involves an initial assessment, followed by a series of regular therapy sessions. During the sessions, the therapist will use various therapeutic techniques to help the individual understand and manage their issues. The length and frequency of therapy can vary depending on the individual’s needs and goals.