Individual Therapy

By: Kamloops Centre For Therapy  09-12-2011

A person who has taken the courageous step to seek therapy to make sense of the non-sensical itinerary of their lives deserves a listening ear, a compassionate heart and the undivided attention of an unbiased observer.

The role of the unbiased observer,( i.e., the therapist), is to identify the problems, to assist in discovering the root(s) of the problem, and to have a huge repertoire of wisdom and knowledge to assist in finding healthy and helpful solutions.

The goal in individual therapy is the uncover and polish the gems that already exist within you, to empower you to own your own strengths and gifts, to develop and expand your understanding of how and why you think, feel and behave the way you do, and to explore alternatives that are more helpful, more creative and more progressive. 

In short to be the Best you can Be!


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