It is often hard to acknowledge when you need help and support. Sharing your thoughts, feelings and problems can be difficult when you are feeling vulnerable. Your counselor's role is to guide you through this challenging time by providing you with a sense of safety in a warm accepting atmosphere. Your counselor will help you navigate your thoughts and feelings to process your experience.
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Each person's journey and process is different. How long and how many sessions you need will depend on your presenting problem and how much effort you put into the process. Some people need just a few sessions to help get them on track. People that are adjusting to life transitions or need help resolving work related issues may not need much time in therapy. While others who are recovering from trauma or long history of abuse may need more sessions for a longer period of time.
What is Psychotherapy?
There is no one size fits all approach to therapy. Your needs will be unique to your experience. Our counselors combine aspects from the following modalities in their approach:
How does therapy work?
Psychotherapy is a process where we explore thoughts and emotions to seek resolution through conversation. Strong emotions can leave you feeling lost and confused causing you to feel overwhelmed and isolated.