Individual therapy is when you meet one-on-one with a mental health professional (i.e., “therapist,” “counselor,” or “clinician,”). Individual therapy is most often sought after for treatment of various problems that do not necessarily or directly involve a spouse, partner, or family member. However, research has shown that a partner or family member participating in sessions may significantly benefit an individual in therapy through being present for education and support. If having your spouse, partner, or family member attend all or some of your sessions interests you, please do not hesitate to discuss this with your therapist. Our therapists will support you to address the difficulties and personal challenges you are experiencing. By addressing these struggles with your therapist, you can begin to approach problems in new ways, stop negative thinking patterns, and re-establish a sense of hope, enlightenment, and fulfillment in your life. We strive to create a safe, supportive, and confidential environment in which we can help you gain a better understanding of yourself, empower you to take charge of your life, and encourage change and personal growth.