INDIVIDUAL

 

GroupWorks Wellness & Recovery provides a safe, non-judgmental space for you as well as your family to discuss and learn more about yourself or your loved ones.

What is Individual Therapy?

Individual therapy—also known as psychotherapy, talk therapy, or counseling—is a collaborative process between therapist and client that aims to facilitate change and improve quality of life. The theriputic goal of individual therapy is to teach healthier coping skills and improve everyday functioning. For most cases, the adult participates in the counseling process for their child or teenager in order to clarify the condition and appropriate parental techniques, as well as to support their child in incorporating healthier coping skills in their daily lives.

GroupWorks offers Client-Centered Therapy, what is that?

Every client at GroupWorks Wellness & Recovery works with a therapist who first evaluates the situation, symptoms, behavior, and skills of the client. All programs are provided with a comprehensive treatment plan in the form of a client-centered approach. A personalized treatment plan will then be developed with contribution and participation directly from the client. The personalized treatment plan will outline the services needed and will be developed with the overall goal of mental health recovery, as well as the general strategies of growth. 

 

What are common reason people seek treatment?

Individual counsling can be used to overcome some of the following feelings or events: a traumatic experience, an adjustment in the environment, repercussions of decision, concerns with relationships, work problems, life cycle phases, household or dynamics changes, general life stress. Therapy can also be used to get things off your chest and get objective guidance about what you can do to feel better.

Our qualified therapists will help you build a totally open relationship based on honesty, empathy, encouragement, and compassion, and be here to assist you while you discuss your most challenging emotions, concerns, and behaviors.