What is Individual Therapy?
Individual Therapy puts its gaze on how people interact with each other and with their environment around them. In our society people must use their social skills, their values, beliefs, adaptive capacities on many occasions, being this activity not easy sometimes.
The Systemic Family Therapy focuses on the most meaningful relationships, either with the couple, children, extended family, friends, or co-workers.
What are the situations where Individual Therapy is recommended?
Difficulties in establishing stable affective relationships: feelings of loneliness or fear.
Feelings of a jam in a certain situation: couple, family, work, social.
Need to build or rebuild a project: family or work, personal.
Appearance of various symptoms such as depression, anxiety, sense of loneliness, abandonment, use and dependency on drugs.
When an individual is not able to overcome mourning or trauma.
Individual Therapy gives the individual a window to improve his or her life under a framework of reflection and to be able to understand the emotions, behaviors and thoughts that emerge from dilemmas or interpersonal conflicts.
The therapist seeks to enhance the resources that people possess, enriching and developing their capacities, offering tools to help them to manage in a more effective way their emotions and decisions and thus offer a window that provides security and satisfaction with themselves.