Individual therapy is a great way to develop personal goals and address issues that are holding you back from the progress you would like to see in your life. We often think that talking to a friend will help resolve stress. Though friends are great way to destress, friendships are reciprocal relationships. In a therapeutic relationship, you have someone who is focused 100% on addressing your problems. There is a different kind of relationship that is developed where you are able to express yourself in a private and confidential environment.
Couples, Marital or Pre-marital therapy can be extremely important in identifying the issues that can or have arisen in relationships. Often it can be difficult for each member of the couple to express themselves. When this happens arguments and disagreements occur which may eventually lead to unhappiness, sense of lost self or dissolution of the relationship. Couples therapy helps address these communication issues, uncover and reprogram the negative patterns that cause friction, and potentially get the couple back to a place of harmony.
Family therapy addresses the issues that may be holding the family back from a harmonious place. These issues include but are not limited to: addiction, parenting, stress, anxiety, blended families, divorce, depression. Family therapy gives a voice to each family member and seeks to resolve the negative patterns that keep the members from moving forward.
Group therapy is utilized as a way for individuals to normalize, learn new information and heal together. Group therapy is beneficial as members can heal with others who may be going through the same issue as them. Group therapy can also be more cost effective for its members than individual therapy.