Individual therapy deals with the interactional patterns at the heart of a client's unhappiness, stress, anxiety, depression or anger. The process is solution-focussed. The client feels gradual and tangible relief throughout the process.
It addresses: interpersonal and relationship difficulties; divorce/separation; trauma; bereavement; depression; bipolar depression; eating disorders, weight-loss, body image; adjustment; self-image; low self-esteem; anxiety; stress; panic; phobias; performance anxiety; enhancing sports performance; enhancing wellness and mindfulness; anger management.
Individual psychotherapy works to discover and deal with the interactional patterns that lie at the heart of a person’s unhappiness, stress, lack of fulfilment and psychological symptoms.
Naturally, the duration of the therapy depends on the complexity of the situation, but by employing the integrative interactional approach to psychotherapy - which works in a systematic and goal directed fashion - the client feels gradual and tangible relief throughout the process.
Typical challenges that can be addressed include:
- Interpersonal and relationship difficulties
- Divorce and separation
- Depression (including Bipolar mood disorder)
- Issues with weight, body image and/or eating
- Adjustment to transitional life stages
- Self-image / esteem issues
- Anxiety, stress and / or panic
- Performance anxiety
- Enhancing sports performance
- Enhancing overall wellness and mindfulness