Individual therapy is a process of self-discovery and is useful for many types of situations that cause stress, anger, grief or conflict. We may explore many different important issues, such as expression of thoughts and emotions, behavior patterns, conflict resolution, strengths and weaknesses, and more.
Individual therapy may be short-term (focusing on immediate issues) or long-term (delving into more complex problems). The number of sessions and the frequency of appointments depends on the individual’s situation and the recommendations of the therapist.
The modalities and tools I often use in individual therapy are:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy