Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a process in which the client attends sessions by themselves in order to get their particular mental health needs addressed. Depending on the therapist’s style, as well as clients’ needs and situation, various approaches and techniques may be used.

Some of these include, but are not limited to: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Psycho-dynamic Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Strengths-based interventions, and Mindfulness. If I determine that it is beneficial, other people such as family members or partners may be included in treatment at various points in the therapeutic process.

Feeling sad, anxious, or stressed.

Individual Therapy for Adults

Examples of Mental Health Issues I Treat

Anxiety Disorder

Chronic anxiety, exaggerated worry and tension


Depression, bipolar, mood swings-mood disturbance


Negative thoughts, disconnection from others, and unwanted memories/dreams


Panic, Post-traumatic Stress, Over-burdened, Overwhelmed

Parenting Education

Adjusting to Change, Processing Emotions, Adoption/Reunion, Parenting Strategies


Emotional & Physical Trauma, Dissociation, Anxiety, Phobias