Are you unsure if therapy is right for you?
- Meet with a therapist
- The therapist will conduct a brief assessment, discuss a treatment plan, and provide referrals (if needed)
- Consultations take about 1 hour
For an appointment, please call (830) 730-6090
Individual therapy involves a one-on-one, 45-50 minute, session with a trained therapist to examine personal issues that a client may be facing in a safe, supportive, and confidential environment. This type of therapy allows for the exploration of individual feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that may be preventing one from living a stable and fulfilling life. Therapy may be a time to identify what is or isn’t working in one’s life, develop effective coping skills, process past events, and increase self-awareness to promote growth and forward motion.
In couple’s therapy, clients are able to work to improve relationship quality with the help of a trained therapist in a 45-50 minute session. Couples explore what is helping or hindering their relationship, how to set and communicate healthy boundaries, and can increase feelings of connection and closeness during this process. This type of therapy can help identify what may be causing strain within a relationship or address specific problems with various forms of therapeutic intervention.
Family therapy is a type of group therapy that works with family members to identify familial patterns or behaviors that cause relational strain or individual issues. With the help of a therapist trained in familial counseling, family members can focus on changing destructive patterns and behavior, improving relationships, and enhancing communication. Over the course of family therapy sessions, family members can be guided through problem-solving techniques that can fuel solid, stable, healthier, and happier relationships with one another.
In group therapy, a client is paired with other clients that are experiencing similar issues and guided through productively discussing what they are going through in a safe, supportive, and confidential environment. Though every client involved in the group may be at different stages of their treatment process, discussing shared experience and having others to relate to can greatly relieve feelings of isolation or disconnection. With time, clients can learn to find validation in the balance between their own and others’ experiences and develop coping skills to maintain a healthy and stable life.