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Individual therapy is one type of psychotherapy in which a trained professional helps a single person work through personal issues they have been facing. It is an effective treatment for a variety of emotional difficulties and mental illnesses. Also known as talk therapy, it can help improve or control symptoms that influence an individual’s well-being.


Therapy sessions give individuals the opportunity to confidentially talk through problems or situations with a trained professional. It does not necessarily make problems disappear, but it equips individuals with the tools needed to cope with them more appropriately.

This type of therapy may be used in conjunction with other types of mental and behavioral health treatment.


Individual therapy may be short-term (focusing on immediate issues) or long-term (delving into more complex problems). The number of sessions and the frequency of appointments depends on the individual’s situation and the recommendations of the therapist.

The exact way in which this therapy is implemented tends to vary depending on the issues in question, the practices of the therapist and the needs of the individual.

  • Dealing with extreme emotions, like sadness or anger

  • Facing recent trauma, such as death of a loved one or divorce

  • Fighting substance abuse

  • Facing problems at work

  • Experiencing loss of enjoyment of activities

  • Dealing with trained family and/or personal relationships

  • Receiving concerns from friends or family


Individual therapy is an effective treatment for many types of mental, emotional and behavioral health issues. It can also help people who are facing difficult life situations, or would like to develop healthier, more functional personal habits.


The Individual therapy regardless the issue can be a life-changing experience. It can provide following benefits and more.

  • Adding to Your support network

  • Gaining a better understanding of yourself

  • Learning how to handle emotions

  • Identifying underlying causes of symptoms

  • Providing coping strategies

  • Managing symptoms

  • Facilitating lifestyle changes