What is individual Psychotherapy?
Individual Psychotherapy, sometimes called individual counseling or talk therapy, is a therapeutic process where a person meet with a trained mental health professional to explore and address the individual's thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and experiences in a safe and confidential setting.
How do I work with clients?
I am a holistic clinician, and I work from a depth-oriented approach. I assist clients in understanding their feelings and experiences, and teach them effective ways to cope with life's challenges. My goal is to create a supportive atmosphere where clients feel empowered to take control of their lives and make positive changes.
What does psychotherapy help treat?
Depression and Anxiety: Psychotherapy provides tools and strategies to teach emotional regulation techniques to help manage and alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety.
Stress Management: Individuals will learn to identify the source of their stress, and learn coping mechanisms and stress reduction techniques to navigate the challenges of daily life.
Relationship Issues: Psychotherapy is a valuable tool for uncovering and examining negative patterns, offering a thorough exploration of your attachment style. By diving into these areas, clients gain deep insights that shed light on the complex dynamics within their relationships.
Trauma: Individual therapy can assist people who experienced trauma to navigate and process the complex emotions and reactions that trauma can elicit.
Grief and Loss: Psychotherapy offers crucial support to individuals as they navigate through the five stages of grief, aiding them in processing their emotions following the loss of a loved one or other significant life changes.
Eating Disorders: Psychotherapy is a transformative space where we confront and navigate Eating Disorder thoughts and behaviors. Within this journey, valuable tools are acquired to reclaim confidence, foster self-acceptance, and cultivate a healthier relationship with both body and food.
Self-Esteem and Body Image Issues: Psychotherapy can contribute to building self-esteem and promoting a positive body image.