Individual therapy is the meeting between the therapist and the patient where, in an environment of acceptance, confidentiality and openness, the patient can express their problems and emotions. Individual therapy is a space and an opportunity to think, order things, evaluate and rethink issues that generate suffering, resolve conflicts, develop changes, acquire tools and resources, release burdens and grow personally.
In individual therapy Personal conflicts and their origin are identified. These can respond to special situations or have their beginning in our personal history, specifically in emotional development. Psychotherapy is more a gradual process of understanding our inner world and the type of relationships we establish with others.
The objective of individual therapy is to understand, to stop to think, to put into words what happens, achieve a better relationship with yourself and with what happens in your life. Understand why we repeat and fall into the same thing over and over again, overcome difficult moments and learn to take control of our lives.
When a person can see himself in a different way, he can have different possibilities of response before the same event or the same experience. In therapy it is possible to change the concept of oneself and to heal the traces that still affect us.
Psychotherapy provides an effective treatment for a wide variety of psychological difficulties, both by itself and in combination with other forms of treatment, as psychopharmacological. It contributes positively to the mental health of the patient, his sense of well-being and his ability to manage his life more satisfactorily.
Psychotherapy can help adults, children and adolescents in:
- Affective problems: Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Obsessions and compulsions, Eating disorders, Sleep disorders, Schizophrenia, Asperger's and ADHD.
- Personality problems: Borderline Disorder, Narcissistic Disorder, Obsessive Personality Disorder, Personality Dependent Disorder, Histrionic Personality Disorder, Evolutionary Personality Disorder, Schizoid Personality Disorder, Schizotypal Disorder and Paranoid Personality.
1. What is individual psychological therapy or psychotherapy?
Individual psychological therapy is a space in which you can solve, in the hand of your
psychotherapist, a problem that you have not been able to solve by yourself.
2. What is the use of individual psychological therapy or psychotherapy? Psychological therapy serves to vent, know, understand, accept, overcome emotional conflicts of the past or present and solve problems thus improving our quality of life and achieving emotional well-being.
3. Normally, how long does the therapy last? The duration of the therapy depends on the case.
4. Normally, how long do the sessions last? The sessions last approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
5. What do I have to say in the first session? In the first session, the therapist will guide the interview, facilitating this first meeting. Without However you can start by sharing the reasons or circumstances that led you to go to therapy.
6. Do I need to be with someone? You can attend alone, however someone's company does not harm your process. You can wait in reception while you are attended.
7. Is the secret of what you say in the consultation guaranteed ??? The law obliges us to keep a secret of everything that patients tell us. Also, in CADE the personal is governed by ethical, moral and professional criteria.
8. I do not know if mine is a psychologist or a psychiatrist CADE has an area that can guide you, you can dial 12 04 03 44, send an email to email@example.com or send a WhatsApp to 33 14 85 14 85.