If you find yourself grappling with the demands of everyday life, struggling to come to terms with a distressing situation, or simply stuck in the rut, it might be time for you to take a pause and get a better grip on things. And guess what? You don’t have to do it alone.
Why Individual Therapy?
Sometimes, all we need is someone to sit down and listen to everything we have to say without any judgment. Private and confidential therapy allows you to confide in someone who is specifically trained to empathize with your emotions and guide you in your journey of self-discovery.
What Can I Expect From One-to-one Therapy?
Since therapy is not ‘one size fits all,’ our therapists curate a plan modeled to your specific needs, objectives, and expectations. Most importantly, therapy is a collaborative process. Together with your therapist, you come up with certain realistic and achievable goals which you can then work towards one step at a time.
What If I Don’t Know What Exactly I Want Help With?
A lot of times, we feel upset or anxious and we don’t exactly know how to put our feelings into words. But don’t worry! Our therapists are here to help you figure out exactly that.
Gain insight into yourself and become better equipped to help others as well. In the words of Sigmund Freud, “Being entirely honest with oneself is a good exercise.”
Some Things To Keep In Mind
Change does not take place overnight. Therapy involves a degree of patience and commitment. If you don’t see a difference immediately, that doesn’t mean therapy has failed. Try to keep at it and have faith in the process.
Therapy involves a 50-50 effort. While your therapist may be an expert in human psychology, there is nobody who knows you better than yourself. Try to meet your therapist halfway and take active involvement in the therapy process.
Therapy is time-limited. Once you decide to start taking therapy, you may wonder how long you would have to keep at it. Contrary to what many may believe, therapy does not go on forever. A therapist’s job is to equip you with the resources you need in order to be able to deal with challenges on your own.