Individual psychotherapy, psychology
Individual therapy can provide a space for individuals to process and navigate difficult experiences and emotions. It can be a powerful tool for personal growth and self-discovery, as individuals learn to understand and cope with their thoughts, feelings and behaviors .
In therapy, clients have the opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of themselves and their experiences, in a safe and confidential environment. The therapeutic relationship provides a unique opportunity for clients to be fully seen, heard, and accepted, without fear of judgment or rejection.
As a therapist, my role is to provide a supportive, non-judgmental and empathetic environment where clients can explore their thoughts and feelings, and begin to make sense of their experiences. My integrative approach draws on psychodynamic model and theory. The goal of therapy is to help clients gain insight into their unproductive patterns of behavior and relationships, and to empower them to make positive changes in their lives.
Through the therapeutic process, clients can learn skills to build resilience, improve their mood and self-esteem, and develop healthier relationships. My goal is to help clients become more self-aware and find greater meaning and purpose in their lives.
It is important to note that therapy is a collaborative process, and the client's motivation and participation are crucial in the therapeutic journey. Together we will work towards your goals and help you to lead a more fulfilling and satisfying life.
Individual sessions: 60 minutes
- For privates, price range: 3000-3500 Kč | 120-140 Є
- For corporate, price range: 4000-4500 Kč | 160-180 Є (according to the agreement)
** Cancellation policy: 48 hours
When to seek therapy
It can be difficult to know when it's time to seek therapy, but if an issue is causing distress or interfering with daily life, it may be a sign that it's time to speak with a therapist. Distress can manifest in various ways, such as negative thoughts, rumination, negative feelings, confusion, feeling out of control, or even physical symptoms such as pain or fatigue. It's important not to wait until symptoms become severe before seeking therapy. If you find yourself frequently unhappy or feeling overwhelmed and hopeless, it may be a good idea to consider therapy.
Some people may avoid seeking therapy for various reasons, such as fear of the stigma associated with mental health care, feelings of shame when discussing past experiences, or concerns about losing control or stepping out of one's comfort zone. Finances can also be a barrier for some. It's important to remember that investing in our mental health is just as important as investing in our physical health. Neglecting our mental well-being can lead to a survival mode rather than a meaningful life.
What can psychotherapy help you with
Individual Therapy can help treat mental, emotional, physical, and behavioral issues:
Grief & loss
Panic attacks and Stress Management
Separation & Relationships
Low Self Esteem
Relationship and marriage challenges
What to expect during individual therapy
The initial therapy session is an opportunity for us to get to know one another and for me to understand your unique needs and concerns. This includes gathering information about your physical, mental, and emotional health. As we work together, I will continue to attune to your needs and develop a therapeutic plan tailored to you. This first session also allows you to determine if my therapeutic style aligns with your needs and to discuss the type of therapy, treatment goals, ethics, confidentiality, and the number of sessions needed.
It's important to note that therapy can evoke intense emotions and it's normal to feel upset, angry, or sad during the process. However, in order to gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and our experiences, it's necessary to allow these emotions to surface. My role as a therapist is to provide a safe and supportive environment for you to explore these emotions, and to help you build confidence and become more comfortable with yourself as we progress through therapy.
How long does individual therapy last
Individual therapy sessions last 60 minutes. The length of the therapy and how often sessions occur depend on the following:
The client mental health condition and its severity
How long has the client been dealing with the issue/s
What is the issue’s impact on the client’s life
How quickly the person in therapy improves
Some concerns can be addressed through short-term therapy, usually over 6-12 weeks. However, chronic and more complex traumas can require long-term treatment and sometimes even years.