Is Individual Therapy right for me?
You may want to consider beginning therapy when:
- Relationships are not satisfying and you want to learn more about patterns you notice in personal relationships.
- You sometimes have trouble with co-workers – especially when others seem to have less difficulty coping
- You are frequently distressed about something that has happened in the past.
- You worry a great deal about what may happen in the future.
- You feel anxiety, sad feelings, or have problems managing anger or tears.
- You recognize behaviors and wonder if they are out of control. You want to learn more.
- You feel the need for support but do not have the kind of support available to you that seems to help
- You generally recognize you have a life that works but you want to gain insight into your thoughts, feelings, habits or relationships.
Through family therapy, families or individuals within a family learn better ways to interact with each other and resolve conflicts. Family therapy may include all family members or just those most able to participate. The specific treatment plan will depend on your family's situation.
Couples counseling helps partners (married or not) gain the skills necessary to resolve issues that interfere with achieving emotional well-being and prevent the enjoyment of satisfying, long-lasting relationships.
Learn how to :
Learn how to :
- Communicate Better
- Build Trust
- Appreciate Personality Differences
- Reduce Conflict and Fighting
- Revitalize Sex and Intimacy
- Improve relationships with parents, siblings, peers, teachers, and community.
- Improve communication skills
- Reduce anxiety and depression
- Explore sexuality and dating
- Explore career interests and options
- Improve self esteem
- Understand values and beliefs