Individual Therapy
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Is Individual Therapy right for me?


“I worry that my life is never going to change, but I don’t know what to do next.”

“I just keep doing the same thing over and over, even though it isn’t working for me.”

“I don’t feel like myself.”

There are many different reasons why someone would want to start individual therapy.  If you have been unhappy or stuck on a problem in your life, it is probably time to consider individual therapy. 

Common struggles that bring clients to Individual Therapy


ANXIETY

DEPRESSION

LONELINESS/ISOLATION

LOW SELF-ESTEEM

CHANGING HABITS

RELATIONSHIP STRUGGLES

EMOTIONAL CONTROL

GRIEF AND LOSS

PARENTING

LIFE BALANCE

LIFE TRANSITIONS

CAREER STRUGGLES

INSIGHT AND SELF-AWARENESS

DIFFICULT LIFE EXPERIENCES

IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT

VALUES EXPLORATION

What to expect in Individual Therapy


Your individual therapy will begin with an intake appointment with your therapist.  Your therapist will ask questions to gain an understanding of your life experiences, your worldview, strengths, concerns, needs, and relationship dynamics. 

After gathering this information, they will work together with you to decide which areas you would like to work on in therapy.  For many clients, individual therapy sessions are scheduled on a weekly or biweekly basis for 45-60 minutes.  The length of treatment varies significantly, depending on the symptoms and goals of the client.