Individual psychotherapy is a form of treatment based on dialogue between the client and therapist. Traditionally, sessions are scheduled once a week for 45-50 minutes. Therapy can be helpful for anyone who is not content with their current quality of life due to external circumstances, struggles within relationships, trauma, troublesome thoughts, problem behaviors, or difficulty regulating emotions.
Couple's psychotherapy is a form of treatment based on dialogue between the couple and therapist. Traditionally, sessions are scheduled once a week for 45-50 minutes. Couple's therapy can be helpful for a dyad that is not content with the current quality of the relationship and would like to strengthen the relationship, improve intimacy, change problematic behaviors, improve communication, handle conflict more effectively, and cope with change, infidelity, or separation.
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Two therapy groups are offered at Hello Mental Health.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidenced based treatment that is used to teach skills that help clients create a life worth living. DBT skills training group is held once weekly for 2 hours, and sessions are focused on learning and practicing skills of Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, and Interpersonal Effectiveness.
“Dealing With It” is a 6-week group focused on learning skills and finding support in managing depression and anxiety. Skills include mindfulness, nutrition and physical movement, dealing with panic and distress, reducing avoidance, addressing loneliness and isolation, and combating shame, blame, and judgment.