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Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy provides support for overcoming personal challenges. You and your therapist work together to define your goals and work toward them. Unlike relationship therapy, which involves members of the relationship (e.g., romantic partners, families, and friendships) in the room together, individual therapy is 1:1 with just you and the therapist. It's different from relational therapy because it's focused solely on your individual needs and goals, with the therapist providing personalized support. However, it is similar in that the therapist still focuses on helping you cultivate happier, more fulfilling connections in your life. Additionally, individual therapy considers the broader context of your life, including relationships, work, community, and culture, and their impacts on you. Delving into your past can also be helpful, as understanding family patterns and your past experiences can provide valuable insight into your current thoughts, feelings, values, and behaviors.

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