In individual therapy, you will work one-on-one with your therapist on achieving your identified goals. If part of the treatment goal is to increase your support system, your therapist may encourage you to include a member of your current support system in treatment by having that support person join a session (or more, if needed). Therapy can last as few as five or six sessions, or as long as several years, depending on your unique needs and personal goals for therapy.
- Difficulty coping with major life changes or transitions
- Childhood Trauma
- Mental Health Disorder
- Desire for personal growth or greater self-awareness
- Legal Trouble
- Relationship Problems
Families often come to family therapy frustrated and ready to give up on having a positive relationship with their teens because they have been struggling to communicate and live peacefully with one another for so long. Your therapist will help you and your family work through your struggles, teaching coping and problem solving skills as well as better communication.
- Blended Families
- Divorced Families
- Parenting issues/differences
- Setting boundaries and structure for teens
- Familial mental health challenges or substance abuse