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Psychotherapy is a journey you take toward self-improvement and understanding with a trained professional who can help you identify and address mental health, behavioral, and emotional issues that prevent you from living the life you want to live.
Individual Therapy is a method for addressing mental health, emotional, or behavioral problems by talking with psychotherapist one on one.
During individual therapy, you learn about your your moods, feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. Individual therapy helps you learn how to take control of your life, develop insight, and respond to challenging situations with healthy coping skills.
Group therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves one or more therapists working with several people at the same time, each of whom shares common goals and challenges.
Working in a group provides many advantages:
- Group therapy allows people to receive the support and encouragement of their peers. People participating in a group are able to see that there are other people going through the same thing which can help them feel less alone.
- Group members can serve as role models to other members of the group. By seeing someone who is successfully coping with a problem, other members of the group can see that there is hope and recovery is possible.
- Group therapy offers a safe haven. This setting allows people to practice behaviors and actions within the safety and security of the group.
Couple's Counseling helps people in of all types of intimate relationships to recognize and resolve conflicts, develop effective and healthy communication, and improve relationships. Through couple's counseling, you can make learn to make thoughtful decisions about improving or rebuilding your relationship or going your separate ways in a healthy manner.
Some couples seek counseling to strengthen their bonds and gain a better understanding of each other. Counseling can also help couples who plan to get married, or live together, to achieve a deeper understanding of each other and iron out differences before commitment.
In other cases, couples seek counseling to improve a troubled relationship or to address specific issues, including:
- Communication problems
- Sexual difficulties
- Conflicts about child rearing or blended families
- Substance Use
- Financial problems
- and more