Individual Therapy

Individual therapy can help all arenas of your life-relationships, education, career, family and mental & emotional health.

Individual therapy is designed as a space and time that is completely yours. A space where you will be able to explore your feelings, thoughts, sensations, beliefs, and behaviors in order to better understand yourself and your relationships.

Individual counseling can also help you overcome difficulties that you’ve experienced in your life, such as anxiety, depression, trauma and PTSD, panic attacks, mood swings, and more.

At The Anxiety Relief Center, we believe that therapy should be tailored to the client’s unique needs and personal goals. Our therapists have a wide range of expertise and are here to offer you their guidance and support. Our therapists strive to help promote real and lasting change in your life.


How Individual Therapy Works

People start therapy for many reasons at different times in their life.  For example, people come into therapy dealing with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, loss and more. Others look to therapy because they are excited to better understand themselves and their life’s purpose. Therapy is designed to help you deal and cope with life in more healthier ways while being supported and held.

The first session starts with an initial intake in which your therapist will ask you more in depth about your history and what brings you to therapy. The first number of sessions are dedicated for the purpose of getting to know you better as well as starting to establish a relationship with your therapist. In additional, during this time your therapist will help you set some goals to work on and will also help you understand more deeply what it is that you will be working on. Once there is more clarity around what you are needing the therapy will take on it’s own shape according to your own pace and rhythm.

Issues we help with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Social anxiety
  • Work life balance
  • Stress
  • Phobia
  • General anxiety disorder
  • Panic attack

In Individual therapy you can:

  • Identify aspects of your life that you would like to improve upon
  • Work through challenging or influential memories and experiences
  • Set personal goals
  • Work toward desired change