individual therapy

Individual Therapy

Are you ready to take the journey?

Imagine a train ride. You and your therapist/counselor are at the starting station and board a train. You start a journey in the wagon where you settle with dozens of loads. You don’t know the ending yet. Going on this journey makes you anxious, excited, scared or happy. During this journey, you see in the depths of your soul that there are dozens of places you have never been to. In some of these places you stay longer, and in some you pass quickly. The only thing you are sure of from the beginning is that your therapist will be with you safely between all these stops. It will help you discover yourself in many places where you are afraid, sad, hurt, happy, angry, excited.

You are the architect of this journey. We have experienced dozens of times that the end of the road often leads to a better place. Scientific research also says this.

Whatever the problem you are experiencing, as Psychology Balat Mental Health Professionals, all our tools and equipment are ready for this journey. If you are ready for this journey, you can contact us and request an appointment from us.

What subjects can we work on in Individual Therapy?

Individual psychotherapy is a process consisting of one-to-one meetings between the client and the psychotherapist. Session duration is usually 50 minutes. The client and the psychotherapist move forward by determining the purpose of the psychotherapy together. These purposes can be listed as follows:

  • Coping with emotional difficulties
  • Providing behavior change
  • Developing effective coping styles
  • Ability to communicate effectively (in relationships with spouse, family and other individuals)
  • Achieving improvement in mental illnesses
  • To increase self-confidence
  • To increase self-awareness

What are the Study Areas of Individual Therapy?

In Psychology Balat, the appropriate therapy school for the problems experienced by the clients is determined and a referral is made to a specialist therapist.

  • Personality Disorders
  • dependencies
  • Depression
  • generalized anxiety disorder
  • social anxiety disorder
  • phobias
  • Nutritional Disorders
  • Loss and mourning
  • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
  • post traumatic stress disorder
  • relational issues
  • Panic Disorder
  • Impulse control problems
  • mood changes
  • Eating disorders (anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating)
  • Sleeping disorders
  • gender identity issues
  • sexual problems
  • Coping with loss and grief
  • Coping with anger and stress
  • Problems with jealousy
  • attachment problems
  • Self-confidence issues
  • Problems caused by bodily concerns
  • Communication problems
  • Bilateral relationship problems and relationship management
  • Somatic pains such as migraine, stomach pain
  • compliance problems
  • Exposure to mobbing
  • Birth and preparation for childbirth
  • infertility
  • personality patterns

How Long Does Individual Therapy Take?

In individual therapies, the number of sessions varies according to the therapy school applied and the problem brought by the client. The fact that the client comes voluntarily, personality structures, and the therapeutic alliance between the client and the therapist affect the therapy process in many cases.

With its expert staff, Psychology Balat brings you Individual Therapy / Counseling services. You can contact our team for more detailed information about Individual Therapy / Counseling and to make an appointment.

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