What is Individual Therapy?
Individual counseling provides an opportunity for a person to have the space to process, explore and grow in a private setting. Each therapist tailors therapy to meet the individual’s needs and goals.
How does Individual Therapy help?
The client-counselor relationship is important and cherished by each of our counselors. Each therapist has their own unique style of counseling. For more information about counselor’s styles and to get to know the counselors, click here.
Therapies used in individual therapy may include but are not limited to:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Play Therapy
- Person Centered
- Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT)
- Experiential (utilizing music, art, nature, etc.)
- Gestalt Therapy
What does Individual Therapy help with?
- Coping Strategies
- Emotional Regulation
- Grief and Loss
- Self Esteem
- Stress Management
- & More
What does Individual Therapy look like?
Individual therapy is the most common type of therapy. It can be as simple as sitting on a sofa, playing in a playroom, or going on a walk. Based on your counseling goals and situation, your therapist will decide what they believe will be beneficial for you, and offer that therapy to you. It is always your choice, but know there are many options in types therapies.
Why choose Individual therapy?
Again, individual therapy helps people process things in without the input of others, and is the most common type of counseling. If you are experiencing a type of stress or problem that requires professional help, such as depression, then individual therapy is for you!
Davidson Family Therapy Is Proud To Offer Individual Therapy in Davidson, NC!
Individual Therapy is the most common therapy, and includes a variety of therapeutic interventions. For more information or to schedule an appointment click here.