During individual sessions, the client works one-on-one with the therapist to address client concerns and presenting problems. Time will be devoted to exploring individual feelings, beliefs, and past memories, including family history, in order to discover how those life elements may be influencing the thoughts and behaviors of today.
Adjustment: At times it can be difficult to cope with the major changes, losses, and events that occur in life. Individual therapy can provide you with the support needed to adjust to these changes.
Depression: Feeling sad for long periods of time can start to impact an individual's motivation and ability complete everyday tasks. Individual therapy can assist you with developing new outlooks by working to reframe negative thought patterns.
Illness: If you or a loved one is suffering from drug and alcohol addiction or a chronic disease, individual therapy can provide you with the support and skills needed to cope with the challenges illness can bring to one's life.
Anxiety: Continuously feeling nervous, worried, stressed, or afraid can make it difficult to face life's challenges. Individual therapy can assist you with managing those feelings while providing you with the skills needed to cope with life's stresses.
Grief: Losing a loved one - human, canine, feline, etc. - can be very difficult to manage and the support of others is a crucial element to being able to move forward. Individual therapy can provide you with the support needed to move forward in a positive manner.
Personal Identity: Individual therapy can assist you with exploring who you are as an individual and developing an ability to self-validate and communicate you wants and desires, in turn making it easier for you to reach your full potential.
Stress Management: Individual therapy can help you develop the coping skills needed to manage the stress of your personal and/or professional life.