“In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity" ― Albert Einstein
Individual Therapy is a process through which clients work one-on-one in a safe, caring, and confidential environment—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change. Individual therapy can be a powerful way to work through difficult emotions, struggles and losses in your life. Being able to share your thoughts, feelings and experiences in a non-judgmental and supportive environment can lead to self-discovery, clarity and resolution to problems.
Couples Therapy offers opportunities for change and growth in a relationship. It helps improve the quality of a relationship by exploring what each partner brings consciously and unconsciously to the relationship while also developing effective methods of understanding and resolving their challenges.. Often our history complicates our present and dictates our future. By learning how to release the anger, hurt, and fears of our childhood, we can clear a new path for love and commitment in our present relationships.
Education and exercises are used in session to give couples an opportunity to practice working respectfully and effectively with one another; teaching them to honor the personal experience and emotions each brings to the relationship as well as new ways to deal with old issues. This work results in a greater intimacy and deeper love for one another.
Group Therapy generates a greater capacity for self-understanding and for empathy toward self and others. It creates a microcosm of the world with many different perspectives providing for honest feedback, exploration and experimentation in a safe setting.. Group members learn how their behaviour is viewed by others and how their own actions impact others . This allows for self reflection and personal growth.
Group Therapy is a unique way to learn from and support peers who are dealing with similar issues, normalize feelings, reduce isolation and practice new skills as you develop trusting and healthy relationships.