Individual Therapy

Individual therapy helps people process personal life challenges and transitions. It can focus on examining historical events and/or the present dynamics that cause individual distress. Individual therapy is often a combination of introspection and actional steps in order to create emotional or behavioral changes. This can include improving one’s self-image/self-esteem as well as working to increase effective communication with others in our lives.

Individual therapy can include:

  • Increase emotional awareness
  • Increasing communications
  • Social concerns
  • Romantic relationship challenges
  • Familial issues
  • Sexual orientation
  • Gender identity
  • Thoughts and feelings on sexual practices
  • Life skill concerns
  • Life transitions
  • Grief
  • Social Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Other mental health diagnosis
  • Processing feelings on taking medication for mental and/or physical health needs