Psychotherapy (otherwise known as mental health therapy) is not easily described in general statements. It varies based upon the personalities of the therapist and the client, and the particular issues that you bring forward. Psychotherapy is a process throughout which the client and therapist work together to identify and resolve different issues that may be affecting one’s and/or loved one's life.. It requires courage, trust, and commitment to do such work.
A therapist’s focus is not to work for his or her client, but rather work with his/her client.
Our work together requires your best efforts to build awareness to unconscious thoughts and feelings, and change thoughts, feelings, and/or behaviors. Change will sometimes be easy and quick, but at times it will be slow and frustrating. There are no instant, painless cures, and no “magic pills.” However, you can learn new ways to looking at your situation that will be very helpful for changing how you feel and how you react. Together, we will work together to make change.
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