Individual therapy is a collaborative process between therapist and a client, during which the therapist follows client’s experience and facilitates the process of change. This is a one-to-one encounter that provides a supportive environment that allows you to talk openly with someone who’s objective, neutral and nonjudgmental.

Psychotherapy is often referred to as talk therapy. You will have an opportunity to engage in a dialogue about your problems and how to fix them. Beside the use of conversation, individual psychotherapy also involves exploration of body experiences, role-playing, development of imagery, and use of other creative methods.

People usually look for therapy when they:

  • experience an overwhelming sense of helplessness and sadness.
  • have difficulties with concentration
  • worry or stress a lot
  • experience a lack of energy
  • suffer form disturbing physical symptoms
  • experience a lack of acceptance from a loved one
  • would like to work on their addictions
  • have conflicts in personal and professional relationships
  • are looking for meaning in life
  • suffer from eating disorders
  • struggle with difficult emotions and mental states
  • have phobias
  • would like to work with their dreams
  • experience a low self-esteem
  • feel social pressure
  • want to cope with the increased criticism of themselves or others
  • want to start living up to their full potential by taking care of important areas of their life
  • are seeking answers in their private and professional life