In individual therapy, you will meet one-on-one with a therapist, usually for 50 minutes in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential environment. Individual therapy provides you an opportunity to talk about personal concerns and work toward personal growth. Your therapist will act as your guide as you explore your thoughts and feelings, identify goals and work toward solutions.
Just about anyone can benefit from individual therapy. Whether you are seeking personal growth or to alleviate distress, individual therapy can benefit you. Listed below are just a few examples of some common concerns addressed in individual therapy: Managing stress related to career or life’s transitions.Symptoms of anxiety and depression.Grief & loss related to the loss of a loved one (deaths, parental divorce, or other major losses). Questions/confusion about identity, self-image, sexuality or gender.Concerns about body image or eating disorders.