Cognitive and/or Behavioral Approaches: This type of therapy is often solution‐focused and uses behavioral strategies as well as creating new ways of thinking about difficulties experienced in your life. Some sessions may include worksheets and homework to support development of new skills.
Emotion‐Focused Approaches: When individuals struggle with trauma c or painful experiences, it can be helpful to learn new ways to communicate about and process feelings with a trusted, trained professional. Sessions may include exploring emotional events or topics and developing new ways to think about and accept discomfort.
Couple and Family Approaches: Healthy relationships often involve three components: trust, respect, and communication. When individuals are not happy in roman c or familial relationships, learning new ways to communicate with and understand each other can improve relationship satisfaction. Sessions may include discussing ways to build respect and trust as well as developing additional communication techniques so that all the people involved are meeting their individual needs.