Feeling overwhelmed by the idea of change?
Then you know it’s difficult — if not impossible — to live out this internal struggle on your own, without anyone who can help you deal with the confusion and conflict you’re feeling.
And for most of us, being alone in our own heads is the most dangerous place to be.
Having the sanctuary of individual therapy can be a huge sigh of relief.
To know that at least once a week, you’ll be able to talk with someone who truly understands and accepts you unconditionally. Someone who can help you break through what’s been making you suffer and holding you back.
The relationship between the client and therapist in individual therapy is everything.
I could go on and on about the theories and modalities that make the kind of individual therapy I do so powerful and transformative.
But the power of therapy lies in the dynamic conversation between two people.
As your therapist, one of my goals is to draw out your personal story and listen carefully to all the issues, concerns, and circumstances you’re dealing with.
But I’m not just a supportive ear.
After all, you could vent with a friend, who wouldn’t charge you for the favor!
Good listening is just one part of the process of individual therapy.
From there, I will help you identify your strengths where you can’t see them, challenge the subconscious beliefs that have been holding you back, and guide you to start planning the kind of life that you want to live.
Honesty and trust will be critical to our relationship.
I can promise that I will never judge you, or make assumptions about who you are, or coerce you into any agenda. Instead, I’ll give you the ideal combination of support, feedback, and accountability to help you grow into the person you want to become, and to achieve the life you want to live.
Don’t go it alone! Reach out for support and healing now. Call me today at (574) 276-7306 to discuss if individual therapy is right for you.
Outpatient addictions treatment is not appropriate for individuals currently experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms and/or physical and psychological effects as a result of drug and alcohol abuse. They will require medical supervision and possible detoxification treatment.