Psychotherapy is a one-on-one collaborative process tailored to meet your individual needs. People seek out individual therapy for a variety of reasons. They can find themselves stuck in old familiar patterns that are challenging to change. However, gaining insight into these patterns can help you create change and develop new ways to meet your needs and achieve your goals. We will explore what has shaped you to become the person you are today, which will assist in gaining a deeper understanding of the current relationship you have with yourself and others.
In couples therapy, you and your loved one will learn how to mindfully navigate through the difficulties you are facing together. Couples therapy provides a safe space, creating the opportunity for both partners to truly listen to one another and see where they are coming from. It can be highly beneficial to have an unbiased counselor listen, validate and normalize situations that cause turmoil in your relationship.
It also helps to identify the strengths in each other in order to help partners problem-solve and tackle solutions in a healthy manner. Furthermore, you may find it helpful to learn tools to handle thoughts and emotions that arise during conversations and disagreements. It is important to be mindful that you and your partner are a team that have the ability to evolve and grow together.
Family therapy can help create harmony and better align the family unit by becoming more intentional and mindful of the way your family operates. It is very difficult to treat an individual without addressing the family as a whole. Therefore, family therapy is highly encouraged and has many benefits, such as helping navigate circumstances that create strain, empowering parents to become experts on how to best support their children, and encouraging children to communicate with their parents to help foster a healthy relationship and become more connected with the family.