Therapy (counseling) is a process where clients work with a trained therapist to explore their feelings or behaviors and work through challenging or influential memories.
Individual therapy (counseling) is a process where clients work one-on-one with a trained therapist to explore their feelings or behaviors and work through challenging or influential memories. The therapist will guide them to identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, to better understand themselves and others and set personal goals.
People seek therapy for a wide variety of reasons, from coping with major life challenges or childhood trauma, to dealing with depression or anxiety, to simply desiring personal growth and greater self-knowledge.
Marital therapy helps couples come together and communicate better. Our marriage therapist offers support and intervention that can help distrusting disengaged partners to safely address their difficulties and begin the process of problem solving and healing. Day to day stress about money, work place and household duties are also main factors to marital discord.
During sessions of marital therapy, therapists help couples to work through their difficulties which may include estrangement and loss of loving feelings, communication problems, affairs, mismatched expectations, and competitive struggles to determine whose vision and goals will dominate. Couples that have the best chance for recovery are those who are both motivated to keep their marriage alive.
During therapy sessions, the family’s strengths are used to help them handle their problems. All members take responsibility for problems. Some family members may need to change their behavior more than others.
Family therapy is a very active type of therapy, and family members are often given assignments. For example, parents may be asked to delegate more responsibilities to their children.
The number of sessions required varies, depending on the severity of the problems and the willingness of the members to participate in therapy. The family and the therapist set mutual goals and discuss the length of time expected to achieve the goals. Not all members of the family attend each session.