Is Individual Therapy & Personal Coaching Right for Me?
Have you always been proud of your ability to handle problems that arise in your life? Are you now faced with a challenge or problem that you aren't sure how to deal with?
Do you feel overwhelmed by a combination of pressures at work or with family? Are you having trouble containing your worries or anxiety?
If you answer 'yes' to these questions, we can help you can gain perspective and start developing solutions.
Therapy & Coaching Can Help With:
Psychotherapy and Coaching is a flexible process which is focused on: your goals, the particular issues you are experiencing right now, who you would like to involve in the therapeutic process with you, and how you want to direct your life moving forward.
Individual Counseling - If you are experiencing painful emotions or looking for a strategy, it is great to choose individual therapy first, and later you can bring your partner, children, family members or even friends to sessions to work on specific situations or relationship dynamics if you choose.
Clients Can Choose between keeping all sessions as individual therapy sessions, or may bring in a partner or family members to sessions. A combination of individual and joint sessions is often preferred by clients.
A more traditional understanding of Psychotherapy would suggest that it is intended to treat disruptive or upsetting clinical symptoms such as anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, addictions, panic, obsessions, compulsions, wanting to resolve feelings of emptiness, confusion or anger, family of origin issues.
In Coaching You May Choose to Focus Your Sessions on Your Goals or Something in Particular You Are Trying to Accomplish or Solve.
You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete... Buckminster Fuller
You are not alone. Every family has its problems. Even the most together-looking person in the world can be experiencing terrible conflicts inside. Don’t think you’re the only one, and don’t think you’re crazy. Through the process of therapy, you can find your answers and learn strategies for improving the situations that concern you.
Research studies have consistently shown the effectiveness of psychotherapy in helping clients get relief from symptoms of stress, worry, anxiety, guilt, fear and interpersonal conflict. You can learn to get rid of guilt, blame and self-doubt, and develop skills to help you start feeling more confident and in control again.
Therapy can give you a place to sort things out and start to feel better. You’ll have the undivided attention of an experienced professional dedicated to making whatever situations you are facing right become opportunities for growth.