Wondering if therapy is right for you? You’re not alone.
Seeking help from a mental health expert is something many people consider, especially when:
Benefits of Talk Therapy
Talk therapy encourages open and honest dialogue about issues that cause you distress. Through your relationship with your therapist, you’ll work to identify and understand how these stressors are impacting your life, plus develop strategies to manage the symptoms.
If you’re still on the fence about the benefits of talk therapy, consider this: About 75 percent of people who participate in talk therapy experience some benefit, according to the American Psychological Association.
Benefits of Individual Therapy
In the case of individual therapy, the relationship between you and your therapist — which is fostered through talk therapy — is key to your success.
Individual therapy gives you a safe space to explore your thoughts, feelings, and concerns.
Unlike couples, family, or group therapy, individual therapy focuses solely on you. This allows for a deeper understanding of the issues and more time for developing coping strategies to help you handle difficult situations.
The goal of individual therapy is to inspire change and improve the quality of life through self-awareness and self-exploration.
Being in therapy can also:
Benefits of Family Therapy
When families face hurdles that seem a bit too high to conquer on their own, they may seek help from a family therapist. According to the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy, a therapist can:
Some of the most notable benefits of family therapy include:
Resources: Healthline : Benefits of Theraphy
Date of Input: 26/01/2023 | Updated: 08/02/2023 | aslamiah
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