What is 1 on 1 Therapy?
1 on 1 Therapy is a tool to help you address your daily life challenges a tad better. In therapy, you meet a Therapist or a Psychiatrist to resolve issues like stress, anxiety, sleep, depression and problematic relationships. Therapy also benefits those who want to perform better in their daily lives with better focus, leadership or social skills.
What are the common issues that Therapy can help solve?
Therapy can help address several issues including Stress, Anxiety, Sleep, Relationship and Self Improvement issues
Does Therapy really help?
The truth about therapy is that it really works. Scientific studies consistently show that behavioral and emotional interventions work as well, if not better, than medication to treat anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues
Is therapy for me?
Everyone goes through challenging situations in life, and while you may have successfully navigated through other difficulties you’ve faced, Therapy provides the extra support when you most need it. In fact, therapy is for people who have enough self-awareness to realize they need a helping hand, and that is something to be admired.
What is the difference between a Therapist and a Psychiatrist?
A Therapists' goal is to help patients make decisions and clarify their feelings in order to solve problems without any medication. A Psychiatrist, on the other hand, helps diagnose mental health issues, and prescribes medicines if needed.
However, Therapists often works in tandem with a Psychiatrist to provide comprehensive care as needed by any user.
How many sessions does it take for therapy to show result?
In general, most common problems tend to show significant improvement within four to six sessions of Therapy, and usually treatment can be completed within ten to twelve sessions or less.
I am dealing with an issue not included in the list of general topics, will 1 on 1 Therapy help me?
Definitely. The list of topics that you see is not a comprehensive one, but the most common ones. Just book a session with a Therapist, and we will guide you on the journey ahead.