Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy


What is individual counseling and psychotherapy and how can it help you?

Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy Can Help You With..

Anxiety and Anxiety Disorders

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Individual counseling sessions can help patients manage their anxiety and help alleviate its symptoms. 40 million adults in the United States are affected by anxiety each day, but thankfully, it is highly treatable through counseling. There are many different individual counseling and psychotherapy methods available that are effective at treating anxiety and anxiety disorders.


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Severe feelings of loneliness, sadness, and low mood are experienced by 322 million people worldwide. Individual counseling and psychotherapy can help those who suffer from depression by helping them cope with stressors faced on a daily basis. Psychotherapy can also help patients navigate through their feelings and emotions and help them better understand why they are feeling depressed.

Anger Management

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Individual counseling is very beneficial for people who struggle with controlling their anger and emotions. One of our licensed counselors can help you find the root cause of your anger and help you learn how to manage it. Through counseling, patients can also learn what triggers their outbursts and how to gain control of their anger.

Substance Abuse

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Many people find themselves dealing with an addiction to substances like drugs or alcohol for a variety of reasons. Individual counseling can help people who are battling addiction to substances by providing support, advice, and insight into their life. Our counselors can give patients tools and resources to help them once they leave a counseling session and are faced with the temptation of abusing substances.


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Experiencing a traumatic event can leave a lasting effect on our minds and emotions. Many people find freedom from the trauma they have faced through individual counseling sessions. Through talking through emotions and practicing different treatment methods, patients can experience great improvement from attending individual counseling sessions.


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Grieving over the loss of a family member or friend, the end of a marriage, or any other form of loss is a difficult process that oftentimes requires the guidance of a licensed counselor. Many people are not taught how to healthily grieve, making it very confusing and challenging. Individual counseling sessions can help support the patient’s grieving process, help them healthily manage their emotions, and help prevent depression or anxiety from the loss.

About Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy

Every year, millions of people face anxiety, depression, trauma, and many other things that can jeopardize their mental health. These stressors often provoke unwanted feelings, thoughts, or deep sadness. They can even become an obstacle to everyday responsibilities and activities. While these conditions can feel isolating and can make a patient believe there is no way to get better, individual counseling and psychotherapy can be a positive solution.

Individual counseling is the sessions between a licensed counselor and an individual patient. This is the most common form of counseling, as it is very effective for a multitude of problems and concerns. Individual counseling sessions are private, confidential meetings with a counselor where patients can discuss their thoughts, feelings, and emotions. Many people decide to go to individual counseling to get equipped with coping methods to manage their symptoms, as well as to hear objective feedback from a third party.

Psychotherapy is the therapy given by a licensed counselor or therapist to help improve a patient’s mental health and quality of life. It can also serve to help diagnosed mental illnesses and help improve emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. There are many different forms of psychotherapy which include but are not limited to cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy (IPT), psychodynamic therapy, exposure and response prevention (ERP), and humanist therapy.

With each type of psychotherapy, there are different reasons each method may be used. Some of the most common symptoms and mental illnesses are anxiety related. There are six main types of anxiety disorders being, generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorder, phobias, and social anxiety. Each type of anxiety and anxiety disorder is highly treatable, as there have been significant amounts of research conducted on each one.

There are many other reasons one might seek individual counseling such as depression, career planning, substance abuse, and more. To simplify, most people with a concern for their mental health and who want to improve their quality of life can greatly benefit from individual counseling. In fact, about 75% of people saw benefits from attending psychotherapy sessions, which shows how effective it is, no matter a patient’s conditions and symptoms. Licensed counselors are equipped and knowledgeable about many different conditions and can treat a wide variety of symptoms. If you are unsure if your condition is treatable by individual counseling, please do not hesitate to call us and ask.

Just like going to a doctor to receive treatment for an illness such as a cold or the flu, those who are struggling with their mental health should seek help as well. Many believe you must be in a mental health crisis or experiencing a severe mental illness to seek help from a counselor. Truthfully, patients should seek out individual counseling once they start noticing symptoms of a mental health concern. Even if a patient’s symptoms are not severely hindering their quality of life, it is still very beneficial to see a counselor. With mental health, it is better to be proactive rather than reactive whenever possible.

Getting Started with EMDR is Easy


Initial Phone Consultation

We'll hop on the phone and get a quick 20 minute overview of any issues you're facing. 

Book Appointment

We'll set up an initial appointment.

1st Session!

We'll set up a call and a treatment plan.

Frequently Asked Questions about Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy

If I have not been diagnosed with a mental illness, can I still receive psychotherapy?

Absolutely! Our counselors can work with you to help you understand what you are dealing with and why you are feeling the way you are. From there, we can discuss different forms of psychotherapy and see what you are most comfortable doing.

I just started noticing symptoms that I am concerned about, but they are not severe. Should I still go to individual counseling?

If you are feeling concerned about certain thoughts, behaviors, or emotions you are experiencing, do not hesitate to seek help from a licensed professional. We encourage and even prefer patients to come to us as soon as they start experiencing symptoms, as this makes the treatment process easier and possibly faster.

Can children attend individual counseling?

Yes, children who are experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, anger management issues, or others can benefit from individual counseling. They can be accompanied by their parent or guardian during the sessions if that is what is preferred.

How long do people attend individual counseling sessions?

The length of time patients will need individual counseling sessions will vary case by case. Sometimes, people benefit from just a handful of sessions, and other times, patients benefit from going to counseling over a longer period of time. The patient has a voice in how long they would like to attend sessions, and are never forced to attend longer than they would like to.

Our Other Counseling Services

Relationship Counseling

Counseling for romantic partners who would like to better manage conflict and improve their relationship. Couples can expect to work on communication skills, conflict resolution methods, and understand their partner better.

Individual Counseling and Psychotherapy

Counseling for individuals are confidential and private sessions for those who want to benefit their emotional and mental health. In individual counseling and psychotherapy, you will be given tools and techniques to help you heal from the past and improve your quality of life.

Counseling for Life Transitions

Life transitions can create emotional stress and can be very difficult to navigate. During a counseling session for life transitions, we will help you embrace the changes happening in your life.


Therapy for those who suffer from trauma or other distressing memories to help aid and increase the speed of the healing process. EMDR helps remove the “wound” that is blocking you from healing mentally and emotionally.

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