About Individual Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy refers to a range of interventions that help people overcome a variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. The aim of psychotherapy is to promote a better understanding of the self, teach valuable coping skills and resolve the root causes of what is causing problems. Psychotherapy can range between short-term (a few sessions), when dealing with immediate issues, and long-term (years), when dealing with longstanding and complex issues.
Research indicates that most people who receive psychotherapy experience improvements in daily functioning and symptom relief.
Veritas Psychotherapy and Counselling offers therapy tailored to address a variety of concerns. An integrative approach to psychotherapy allows treatment to be tailored to the unique psychological needs of each individual.
Read about issues treated and some of the treatment modalities that may be incorporated in a custom treatment plan.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
CBT is a short-term, problem-focused form of behavioral treatment.
Emotion-Focused Therapy (EFT)
EFT is a therapeutic approach based on the promotion of emotional awareness.
Psychodynamic therapy focuses on deep insight into the psychological roots of emotional suffering.
Exposure is a form of behavioural therapy that helps people manage fear and anxiety.
Adjusting to Life Transitions