Individual Therapy in Franklin, TN
These past few years have been particularly taxing on many of us as we experience huge life changes--from the fear of getting sick, to isolation, job losses, financial strain, housing insecurity, massive social and racial injustices, and the trauma of losing someone due to health issues. It's a lot to carry and couseling may be the option for you to process. There are a lot of different types of therapy options to choose and below
are a few options that you may want to consider.
You are not alone. Studies show that the COVID-19 pandemic has contributed to an increase in depression and anxiety in many people. And those who have a history of preexisting mental health issues are especially struggling right now. But being in need of support often makes it even more difficult to figure out exactly what you need.
Here are some of the individual therapy options that TalkDr Christian Counseling provides:
Attachment-Based Therapy (ABT)
ABT helps you explore childhood experiences that may have impacted your adult ability to form meaningful bonds.
Client-Centered Therapy (CCT)
CCT is an approach to psychotherapy based on a belief that the client is best able to decide what to explore and how.
Cognitive-Behaviorial Therapy (CBT)
CBT enables you to become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking on challenging areas of your life.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
DBT is a treatment program designed to help people with complex mental health issues like borderline personality disorder who struggle with out-of-control feelings or self-harm.
Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET)
MET is a therapy designed to quickly produce change by looking at the motivations behind the negative behavior. This form of therapy uses a combination of assessments, goal settings, and motivational interviewing to move a client from ambivalence to a mindset of change.
Solutions-Focused Therapy (SFBT)
SFBT is future-focused, goal-directed, and focuses on solutions, rather than on the problems that brought clients to seek therapy.
With so many “new normals” to navigate, there are a many reasons you and your partner may need to address new (and old) areas where you both are struggling. While love, sex, and money tend to be top issues for couples,you may need to speak with a counselor to help you better understand your roles and dynamics of your relationship. It can allow you to build effective communication skills like how to give feedback, fight fair, and reach resolutions. At the end of the process, you can regain confidence in your ability to recover from crises together.
Attending a family therapy session, can help you and your loved ones benefit now and in the future. Family counseling provides the necessary time to speak truthfully in a safe space monitored by a trained counselor.
Finding your people can be transformative, and that’s why group therapy with a handful of others and a therapist can help with so many different situations. In group therapy, hearing someone else talk about similar struggles you may be having can help combat shame and stigma and lead to your own revelations. Sharing your own hard-earned insights with others can also give your challenges new meaning.
If one of these therapy options sounds like something you'd like to pursue, please contact TalkDr Christian Counseling in Franklin, Tennessee for a free 15-minute phone consultation: email us or call 615-985-TALK