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Individual Therapy in Pasadena

Individual therapy is confidential and collaborative between a therapist and a client. It is a safe space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and experiences to understand yourself and your relationships better. Individual therapy can help you to:

  • Improve your mental health

  • Manage stress and anxiety

  • Cope with difficult emotions
  • Resolve relationship conflicts
  • Make positive changes in your life

What to Expect in Individual Therapy

Individual therapy sessions typically last 50 minutes and are held weekly or bi-weekly. The frequency and duration of therapy will depend on your needs and goals.

During your first few sessions, you will work with your therapist to develop a treatment plan. This plan will outline your goals for therapy and the approaches that will be used to help you achieve them.

Measurement-Based Care

Your therapist will use measurement-based care to track your progress in therapy. This means you will be asked to complete questionnaires or rating scales at the beginning and end of each session. The results of these assessments will help your therapist to tailor your treatment plan to your specific needs. We use Feedback Informed Treatment (FIT) at Pasadena Perinatal Therapy. This requires that we work as a team, meaning we review cases regularly to ensure our clients are reaching their goals and receiving the best treatment for their needs.

Benefits of Individual Therapy

Individual therapy can have many benefits for your mental health. Some of the potential benefits of individual therapy include:

  1. Reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression
  2. Improved mood
  3. Increased self-esteem
  4. Better coping skills
  5. Stronger relationships
  6. A greater sense of well-being

Individual Therapy Can Help You Live Your Best Life

Individual therapy can be a powerful tool for improving your mental health and overall well-being. If you are considering seeking therapy, please take the first step and contact Pasadena Perinatal Therapy today.