Individual counseling can be sought for a variety of different problems: depression, anxiety or low self-esteem. Sometimes you may have questions about a relationship you're not sure what to do with. Or a relationship might have ended, leaving you feeling lost and angry. You may have behaviors you know are bad for you, but you don't know how to change them. Perhaps you have a child or loved one you just don't know how to help. When the people you love are troubled, you feel troubled, too.
One-on-one individual counseling can help you sort through the confusion to decide what's best for you to do. Individual counseling can help you to develop better self-awareness, and insight into your own feelings, actions and responses. The therapist can assist you in identifying the specific aspects of situations troubling you and then explore changes you can make to help you feel more free and happy.
Coming in and telling your personal problems to a complete stranger might seem really odd, even when the therapist is trained to help with problems like yours. Professionals understand the initial discomfort some clients feel in seeking counseling and attempt to help them feel more at ease.
Therapy through individual counseling is a method of learning. The intention is to help you understand and/or change a style of thinking (cognition), the way you feel (affect), and to modify how you act (behavior). Reaching out is healthy, and important. Healing and growth take place in relationship.
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