What can I expect from individual therapy?
First, you can expect your therapist to provide a safe place for you to talk about your thoughts, feelings, and concerns. An important goal of therapy is to provide a space for you to be seen, heard, and understood.
Next, your therapist will help you create a goal for your therapy that will guide your work together. As you work toward your goal, your therapist will explore areas in your life where you may feel stuck and overwhelmed so that you can gain new insight into yourself and your relationships. Therapy is a place to explore emotions, learn new coping skills, and gain confidence in your relationships.
What type of individual therapy will work for me?
We recognize that everyone is unique, and therefore, our clinicians are trained in a variety of therapeutic theories and evidence-based interventions.
Methods include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), narrative therapy, trauma-informed therapy, faith-integrated therapy, psychodynamic approaches and many more.