Best Resources for Psychotherapy

360 Degree Health

FEATURED

Queen City Wellness, PLLC

Featured
FEATURED

A Different Attitude Counseling

Featured
FEATURED

Mind & Body Coaching & Counseling

Featured
FEATURED

Relationship Restoration

Featured
FEATURED

Grace Healing Journey

Featured
Loading...

How to Read Reviews

1 Star: Did not meet expectations

2 Star: Slightly below expectations

3 Star: Met expectations

4 Star: Slightly above expectations

5 Star: Exceeded expectations

Psychotherapy, also called talk therapy, is a talking relationship between a therapist and patient. It aims to help a person understand their feelings and equip them to face new challenges, both in the present and the future. Psychotherapy can take a few sessions over a week or two or may take many sessions over a period of months or years, depending on the particular mental illness or situation, severity of symptoms, and how quickly progress is made. It can be done individually, as a couple, with a family, or in a group. Forms of psychotherapy include those that help patients change behaviors or thought patterns and those that help patients explore the effect of past relationships and experiences on present behaviors. Common approaches to psychotherapy are Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) - helps a person identify and change how their thoughts and behaviors can affect the way they feel and act; Interpersonal therapy - helps individuals learn how to understand and modify their approach to interpersonal problems and acquire ways of managing them more constructively; Psychodynamic therapy - focuses on how past experiences impact a person’s current thoughts and behaviors; Family therapy - a safe space for family members to express their views, explore difficult feelings and understand each other; Group therapy - sessions with 5-15 participants with similar concerns such as depression, chronic pain and substance misuse; Online therapy - for people who have mobility problems, cannot find a suitable specialist in their area or don’t feel comfortable with face-to-face sessions. Psychotherapy can help to address depression, low self-esteem, addiction, bereavement, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorders, and other mental health conditions. Psychotherapy can also involve art, music, drama and movement.