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How does therapy work?
Therapy typically involves regular sessions where the client and therapist engage in conversation and explore thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. The therapist provides support, guidance, and tools to help the client gain insight, develop coping strategies, and make positive changes in their life.

How do I know if I need therapy?
You might consider therapy if you're experiencing
emotional distress, struggling with relationships, facing major life transitions, dealing with trauma, experiencing symptoms of mental health conditions, or seeking personal growth and self-improvement.

How long does therapy take?
The duration of therapy varies depending on the individual and their specific concerns. Some people may benefit from short-term therapy focused on a specific issue, while others may engage in longer-term therapy for ongoing support and personal growth. Collaboratively with your therapist, you can determine the appropriate duration for your therapy.

How confidential is therapy?
Therapy is generally confidential, meaning that what is discussed in therapy remains private between you and your therapist. Therapists are bound by professional ethics and legal obligations to protect your confidentiality

What should I expect on my first session?
The first therapy session, also known as the initial consultation or intake session, typically involves discussing your reasons for seeking therapy, your background, and your goals. The therapist may ask questions to gather information and get to know you better. It's also an opportunity for you to ask any questions you have and assess whether you feel comfortable working with the therapist.


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