Individual psychotherapy is a traditional type of psychotherapy that is typically one-on-one between a psychotherapist and a client. Psychotherapy allows individuals to explore their thoughts and feelings with a trained mental health professional, who is guided by a number of varied theoretical principles and approaches. Major theories of psychotherapy include Psychoanalysis, Psychodynamic, Jungian, Humanistic, Systemic, Cognitive-Behavioral and Gestalt. Individual psychotherapy provides clients with a unique opportunity to form a therapeutic relationship that is safe and positive.
Individual Therapy is useful for:
- Adult mental health
- Work stress
- Chronic health problems, such as asthma or cancer
- Financial problems
- Drug, alcohol, and other substance misuse.
- Child and adolescent behavior
- Emotional disorders including anxiety, depression, loss and grief
- Anorexia, bulimia and other eating disorders
- Career Counseling
- Academic Counseling