Individual Therapy is the most popular form of therapy and can encompass different treatment styles. Clients are seen and treated in a one-on-one basis with a therapist. Individual therapy allows the therapist and client to focus on each other, building a rapport and working together to solve the client's issue.
Depending on the nature of your problem, Group Therapy can be an ideal choice for addressing your concerns. It involves one therapist who leads a group of 3 or more clients. Groups can be designed to target specific problems, or designed to focus more generally on improving social skills, or helping people deal with a range of issues such as anger, shyness, loneliness and low self-esteem. Groups typically meet for an hour each week. Some may attend individual therapy in addition to groups, while others participate in groups only. See information about our specialty groups. Contact us to find out more.
Family Therapy is a type of mental health therapy designed to identify family patterns that contribute to a behavior disorder, and help family members break those habits. It involves discussion and problem-solving sessions with the family. Some of these sessions may be as a group, in couples, or one on one. In family therapy, the web of interpersonal relationships is examined and, ideally, communication is strengthened within the family.
Couples therapy is a form of therapy used to treat relationship distress for both individuals and couples. The purpose of couples therapy is to restore a better level of functioning in couples who experience relationship distress. The reasons for distress can include a broad spectrum of psychological disorders that include domestic violence, alcoholism, depression, or anxiety. Couples therapy is designed to identify the presence of dissatisfaction and distress, and to devise and implement a treatment plan to help improve or alleviate the symptoms, restoring the relationship to a better and healthier level of functioning.
Teletherapy is a form of therapy conducted through use of telecommunications technology. When using a video/audio capable computer or device, the therapist can connect with their client to conduct one-on-one therapy sessions much like an in-person session. Insight Renewal Center's therapists are trained in teletherapy, and use only secure, HIPAA compliant video conferencing software. This means that the video encounter between you and your therapist is safely encrypted to keep your information confidential.
Coaching is a concept that involves interaction between the therapist and the individual or family members. The objective in coaching is to determine a set of goals that the individual or family agrees upon. Common areas of interest for individuals and families are communication, study skills, expectations, and boundaries. If you feel that Coaching is a preferred form of therapy, Insight Renewal Center has a diverse group of therapists that specialize in various areas of expertise.
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