How Integrated’s Individual Therapy Works

What is individual therapy?

Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. Individual therapy is also called therapy, psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counseling.

Who should consider individual therapy?

Nearly one-in-five adults have a mental health concern at any given time. Therapy can help individuals process difficult life transitions, move through traumatic experiences, or receive support and encouragement for long-term mental health concerns. Individual therapy provides the space for individuals to understand themselves better and discover new ways to interact with others and see the world.

What kinds of individual therapy do you offer?

There are many different types of individual therapy because there are so many unique ways to view the world. Integrated Insight has many therapists who work out of a variety of different theories and specialties. Some examples of the different individual therapies used by our practitioners are dialectal behavioral, cognitive behavioral, person-centered, psychodynamic developmental, acceptance and committment, attachment-based and motivational interviewing. This variety gives you the opportunity to find the best therapist for how you see the world.

How long does therapy last?

Therapy can differ in its duration. While some types of therapy, such as solution-focused therapy, can end within a period of a couple months, other types of therapy, such as psychodynamic, can last for many years. What is most important to remember is that you are in charge of your care. Whether you need some short-term help, or you have ongoing mental health concerns, our therapists are here to support you. However, different types of insurance may also play a role in how many sessions of therapy you can have per year, so be sure to check in with your insurance provider.

How do I get started with a therapist?

Getting started can be the most difficult step of therapy. You’ve made the decision that you need help, now what? You can call or stop by our offices to schedule an intake. While this requires answering a lot of questions, it’s to help us better get to know what type of therapy would be best for you. 

How much does therapy cost?

The cost of therapy varies. While some insurances will pay for unlimited sessions throughout the year, others are capped off at a certain number. Some insurances require a copay while others will fully cover the cost of sessions. If you have questions about the cost, give our office a call and we can coach you along the way. 



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