Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy

(Serving clients in Texas and Colorado)


Therapy is for just about anyone seeking to strike the right balance in their life. It is an opportunity to receive the needed support from a qualified therapist during challenging times in your life. Therapy provides one-on-one attention to those who may be struggling with a variety of issues such as:

    • Depression
    • Anxiety
    • Self-esteem
    • Grief and loss
    • Life transitions
    • Stress at work
    • Communication issues
    • Marital and relationship problems

Individual therapy otherwise referred to as psychotherapy, or talk therapy, offers you an opportunity to engage in a safe, caring, non-judgmental, and absolutely confidential environment. This is a chance for you to express your feelings, fears, beliefs, behaviors freely  in a non-judgmental relationship and discuss challenges you’re currently experiencing, which may be holding you back from progress in your daily life. 

Our counseling sessions will offer you the chance to explore aspects of your life you may be uncomfortable with and would love to change. It can also help you understand yourself and others better. Together, we can map out any personal goals you would love to achieve and work towards making desired changes in your lifestyle. 


    • Convenience – At the comfort of  your home

Individual counseling can help you gain new insights into your emotions, behaviors, thinking, and communication. As your therapist, I will help you map out goals specifically tailored to your personal needs. To ensure that you’re comfortable, all sessions are virtual and you can attend from the comfort of your own home. You should feel comfortable and free to be yourself. 

    • Therapy – Helping you to cope

Usually, people do know when they need help. It becomes clear to you, and others, when the issues or challenges have become unmanageable. Fortunately, therapy can offer you a way out! Perhaps you may have been recently diagnosed with depression by a physician or psychiatrist. While medications may go a long way to help you cope, more often than not, therapy can help manage your situation better. For example, you may be facing some difficult challenges at work that are causing you a lot of stress and anxiety. Instead of giving up and quitting, therapy may help you gain new perspectives on how to handle the situation better. 

    • Sessions – 50-minute sessions, starting and ending on time

After working with different patients, it’s not surprising when the first question I hear from most clients is how long will it take them to experience a noticeable change. And my answer always stays the same – it is different for everyone. To begin with, we will have an initial assessment discussing your current situation and what brought you to therapy in the first place. So, while some people may be able to work through their challenges in 3-5 sessions, it may take you some more time to gain progress. No worries it’s not a competition! For others, they only book an appointment when they feel the need to; however, I always say the more you put into therapy then the more you will get out of it. 

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