Our diverse team of Fit Mind Therapists are experienced at assisting adults with a wide range of treatment issues, utilizing a variety of treatment techniques and strategies to help you address your unique individual concerns. Not only do you want a therapist who has the training, expertise, and approach to effectively help you but perhaps most importantly, someone with whom you will feel comfortable working with.
The therapist and client relationship will provide a model for trusting relationships where encouragement, validation, honesty, and challenge can provide motivation for change. While we understand making the decision to pursue counseling can cause anxiety and fear, it can also be one of the best and most proactive steps you can take for yourself, your loved ones, and your relationships.
All therapy sessions are by appointment only and last 45-55 minutes. For more information, we recommend visiting the Payments and Insurance page.
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What is the Difference Between Individual & Relational Therapy?
Relational therapists focus less on the individuals and more on the patterns, dynamics, and environment of the systems the individuals are in. These systems are most often their families, their work teams, their cultural groups, and their community. A relational therapist will tune into these various systems the individual is a part of to best understand how to make and sustain change.
Individual therapy tends to have a narrow focus on the client in the office and the issues that bring them to a session. On the contrary, a relational therapist acknowledges that an individual is a single member of a much more complex family system. Relational therapists know that an individual cannot be understood in isolation and instead are fully seen when the richness of their unique life is explored. An individual’s various systems greatly impact their successes and struggles.
Our therapists are trained to focus on each client’s relational dynamics: We understand that how you feel you’re doing at work impacts how you feel at home, that your relationship with your parents when you were young impacts how you identify with your role as a parent, and that often times problems within your marriage blend with problems in your co-parenting. Our trained therapists are skilled in identifying these dynamics and addressing their impacts on the patterns that bring you to therapy.