Individual counseling is a one-on-one discussion between the counselor and the client. The two form an alliance, relationship or bond that enables trust and personal growth. Individual Counseling is aimed at helping you to cope with addiction, mental health, trauma and with stresses that can cause anxiety and depression, it’s about helping you to heal from the negative things that have happen in everyday life, such as losses, separation and divorce, family conflict, violence or abuse. Individual Counseling can assist in coping with stressful life situations, work/school problems, grief, and emotional distress or relationship difficulties. Our professional, caring, supportive Master’s Level Therapist and addiction counselors can help.
Group counseling :
Group counseling is counseling with multiple individuals facing a similar concern. The strength in group counseling is that if you have 3, 5 or 10 people together all facing the same or similar issues, then they can work together. Group counseling is common for those suffer from addiction and mental health disorders. The individuals in the group act as a source of insight and support while reinforcing the idea that each individual is not the only one experiencing these problems.
- Clients learn from each other.
- Clients can practice new interpersonal skills in group.
- Clients hear a range of perspectives from the group members.
- Clients learn problem-solving skills.
- Through giving and receiving feedback, clients give and receive peer support.
- Clients can come out of their isolation.
- Clients have an opportunity for validation.