Individual Therapy

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Individual therapy (also called counseling or psychotherapy) involves working one-on-one with a trained therapist in a safe, caring, and confidential environment that is tailored to your needs. Therapists work together with their clients to define and achieve their goals, and to help grow clients’ understanding about themselves and how they relate to others.

At the Samaritan Center, we honor our clients’ diverse backgrounds, beliefs, experiences, and identities, and our clinicians are experienced in addressing a wide variety of symptoms and concerns. We offer services in Spanish and English, provide culturally-informed and faith-sensitive care, and welcome individuals of all genders and sexual orientations. Once you call to make an appointment, our intake specialists will match you with a therapist best suited to meet your individual needs.

Some of the things that therapy can help with are:

Managing and overcoming anxiety, depression, and stressCoping with grief and lossFeeling better after a period of feeling “off” or hopelessAddressing substance use/abuse and compulsive behaviorsBuilding healthier boundaries and stronger relationshipsFostering personal growth and more positive self-regardHealing from trauma or overwhelming experiencesConcerns about gender and sexualityExploring personal meaning, growth, and spiritualityResponding to difficult life events and transitions

Types of therapy (also called modalities) are as diverse as an individual’s needs. Some therapists specialize in one modality, while others incorporate several according to their client’s needs. All of our therapists employ modalities that are evidence-based, which means that they have a high degree of efficacy based on extensive research. Here are a few modalities that our therapists specialize in:

To learn more about our therapists, click here.