Despite what many may think, therapy usually does not require lying on a couch and talking about your mother for years on end. Your work with a therapist can be as many or as few sessions as you wish. Therapy can be a dynamic and interactive process that focuses on strengths, helps you find solutions and reach your goals.
Therapy is talking, listening, wondering about different viewpoints, discovering why you may think and act the way you do, and problem-solving. If you are in session with a good therapist, you will feel safe to share the good, the bad and the ugly; the painful and the hilarious. And you will learn tools and strategies for feeling better and becoming better.
This is true for individual therapy as well as couples therapy.
Most of my clients are simply trying to navigate the ups and downs of life. Many are going through a time of depression, anxiety, or relationship difficulties. I am a client-centered
therapist. My clients learn techniques that help them through life's ups and downs.
Clients report personal improvement such as:
Others report relationship improvements such as:
Connie Eriksson RN MSN CS
Insight Based Change
Couples and Individual Therapy
252 W. Swamp Rd. #36
Doylestown, PA 18901
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