Individual Therapy


Individual Therapy

Individual counseling or therapy is a collaborative process between therapist and
clients. The therapist will work with you to create helpful change and improve your quality of life by increasing your self-awareness, building connection in relationships, and developing effective ways of coping and living. Many people find they enjoy the therapeutic journey of becoming more self-aware, and they may pursue ongoing counseling as a means of self-growth and self-actualization.

Mental health concerns, interpersonal issues, traumatic life experiences, relationship distress, transitional periods of time, a desire for growth, amongst other reasons often bring individuals to seek out therapy. In general, the goal of therapy is to help you heal, grow, and practice more productive, positive, and healthy patterns of living, decision-making, and feeling. The therapist will work with you to help you understand your concerns and the process of change within the context of your life experiences with safety and empathy. Good therapy is client-driven, and specific goals for therapy will be determined by you and your therapist. Individual therapy sessions last 50 minutes. The frequency and duration of therapy will depend largely on your needs, treatment goals, and progress. Many concerns are readily resolved with short-term therapy, and other more complex concerns require long-term commitment before improvement is realized.

Ultimately, the individual’s desire and determination to heal play an essential role in whether therapy is successful.  Research has shown that psychotherapy results in fewer relapses of common conditions such as moderate depression and anxiety and that the positive effects of good therapy extend well beyond treatment. In fact, many clients report improved conditions long after therapy has ended. In general, psychotherapy is often more effective than psychotropic drugs or medical treatments alone. In addition, many therapeutic modalities are evidence-based, meaning they have been subject to research studies and clinical observations, and they have been analyzed for effectiveness.

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