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Compassion Behavioral Health in Hollywood, Florida is committed to helping patients with all types of mental health conditions lead higher quality lives. Our state-of-the-art facilities, highly trained and experienced personnel, and commitment to the full continuum of care allows our patients to get through this difficult time in their life. We encourage you to contact us today for  more information about our individual therapy program.

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Individual Therapy in Hollywood, FL

Individual therapy is a type of therapy in which you meet one-on-one with a therapist. It usually involves various treatment techniques like Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and psychoanalysis. Through individual therapy, you can build a rapport with the therapist and work with them to improve the way you cope with your emotions and resolve your life challenges.

How Individual Therapy Works

During your initial individual therapy session, you can expect an informal, relaxed discussion that allows the therapist to get to know you. The therapist will likely ask you questions about your history and goals. This is a great time for you to ask questions as well so you can learn more about the therapist and how they intend to work with you.

You and your therapist will work together to determine how often you’ll meet and when. At first, you may want to meet more often. Over time as you make progress, your sessions may become less frequent. The number of sessions you attend will depend on your unique situation. While some people accomplish their goals within six weeks, others need six months or even longer.


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What Individual Therapy Can Help With

Individual therapy can help with a wide range of mental health conditions including:

  • Addiction Disorder
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Depression
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
  • Panic Disorder
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Schizophrenia

Benefits of EMDR

There are countless benefits to individual therapy. When you work with a therapist in a one-on-one setting, you may develop fresh insights about your life and improve the way you manage anxiety, depression, self-doubt, and other negative thoughts and emotions. 

Since a therapist is a neutral person with no personal connection to you, you’ll find it easier to gain new insights and uncover underlying causes for your feelings than you would if you were to speak to a friend or family member.

Individual therapy can also improve your relationships because it will help you feel less anxious, depressed, overwhelmed, or helpless. When you feel good about yourself, you simultaneously build and maintain stronger, healthier relationships. You’ll have more control of your life and feel better about who you are and where you’re going.


Individual Therapy FAQ

Anyone who is struggling with mental health issues, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship problems, grief, and stress, can benefit from individual therapy. It can also be helpful for people who want to improve their coping skills, build self-esteem, or work on personal growth.
The length of individual therapy varies depending on the individual's needs and goals. Some people may only need a few sessions to work through a specific issue, while others may benefit from ongoing therapy over a longer period.
During an individual therapy session, the therapist and client work together to explore the client's thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The therapist may use different techniques and approaches, such as talk therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, or mindfulness-based therapy, to help the client develop insight, gain new perspectives, and learn new skills.
Yes, individual therapy is confidential. The therapist is legally required to keep all information shared in therapy sessions private and secure, except in certain situations, such as if there is a risk of harm to the client or others.
Yes, therapy can help with addiction. Addiction is a complex mental health issue with physical and psychological components. Therapy can help individuals who are struggling with addiction by identifying the underlying emotional and psychological factors that contribute to their substance use or addictive behaviors. It can also help individuals develop coping skills, manage triggers and cravings, build a support system, and improve their overall mental health and well-being.
Yes, many health insurance plans cover therapy services. However, the amount of coverage and the specific types of therapy that are covered can vary depending on your insurance plan and your individual needs. Some plans may have specific limitations on the number of therapy sessions or the types of therapists that are covered. It's important to check with your insurance provider to understand the details of your coverage and any potential out-of-pocket costs.

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