More Benefits of Individual Therapy
During individual therapy, clients can better understand and identify personal triggers, process any past trauma, work through tough emotions, discuss what is (and what isn’t) working in their treatment and define and refine recovery goals. In fact, we encourage our clients to actively participate in their individual therapy treatment planning by listing the goals and objectives most important to them. Individual therapy is also helpful for people struggling with specific needs, including co-occurring addiction and mental health problems like depression, anxiety and PTSD.
When our clients participate in individual therapy, they are working one-on-one in a safe, caring setting with someone who’s gone through years of training to help people struggling with addiction. These professionals can work with you to get reacquainted with the new sober you and provide tools so you can better manage the ups and downs and twists and turns on the long road to recovery.
- Unlike group therapy, where you may feel reluctant sharing, you’ll be able to open up and express your thoughts and feelings on a one-to-one basis.
- You’ll explore thoughts, feelings, habits and experiences in order to gain a better understanding about yourself and your addiction.
- You’ll gain confidence and feel empowered to set and meet recovery goals that will move you closer to a new and fulfilling sober life.
- You’ll have support from compassionate and caring professionals during even the most challenging parts of the recovery process.
Ask About Individual Therapy Sanitas Recovery Center
One-on-one therapy is perhaps the best way to ensure that your treatment at Sanitas Recovery Center is personalized and that we work together to meet your individual recovery goals. Reach out today to learn more about individual therapy and how it can become a core component of your addiction treatment.