Are you overwhelmed with depression, anxiety or life circumstances that are not changing? Interested in personal growth, and in setting your own goals to render results?
If so, individual therapy may be the answer.
Individual psychotherapy has been demonstrated to provide not only relief from immediate overwhelming problems, but also longer-term awareness, emotional knowledge, and a type of personal growth and change that actually lasts. With your own focused work in individual therapy, you have the opportunity to create more effective ways of coping, regulating your own emotions, and insulating yourself more effectively from life’s everyday stressors as well as future challenges.
The beginning of individual therapy involves hearing your story and the presenting problems or important issues you have, and making a complete assessment of your situation and the direction for therapy. Exploring other important historical and background information may also be requested during the first session.
If you are in significant distress because of an immediate crisis or loss, challenging mental health issue, or major symptoms, then we will work on addressing that first. You determine what you are comfortable sharing. Your therapy is confidential with the exception of the policies and exceptions explained in the “GA HIPPA Regulations, Meadow Cove Office Policies and Confidentiality Guidelines” explained in the “Forms” section of this website. If you are at serious risk of harming yourself or others, for example, your right to confidentiality may be waived by your therapist.
- Work Conflicts
- Addiction and Recovery
- Career Dissatisfaction and Transition
- Mid-Life Issues
- Low Self-Esteem
- Infidelity/ Recovery from Affairs
- History of mistreatment during Childhood
- Borderline Personality Disorder
Crisis Intervention and Critical Incident De-Briefing
Brief Supportive Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
- Motivational Enhancement Therapy
- Experiential Therapy
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