Individual Therapy: Adults
Becoming Counseling values meeting you where you are at as you begin the counseling process. Many times it can be helpful to take an flexible approach to counseling to ensure that the counseling method is a good fit for you and your current needs, not the other way around. Our therapists work collaboratively with you to determine your current goals for counseling and develop an individualized treatment plan for services. We trust you often know what you need and value joining with you to help you get your needs met in therapy.
Each therapist brings their own approach and years of training and experience to the counseling room. Developing a trusting relationship with the therapist you choose is important to ensuring that you have a great experience in counseling. It's typical to shop around to find the best fit, and our "Clinicians" page will be a helpful resource to getting a better feel for your therapist and whether their personality and skill set will match your current needs.
We provide therapy for individuals struggling with:
Life transitions Family members struggling with substance abuse
Relationship Endings Academic Success Issues & Focus Issues
Difficult Relationships Depression & Anxiety
Transition to Parenting Overwhelming mental load
Therapies utilized in individual counseling by the counselors at Becoming Counseling:
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)