If your mental health is affecting how you perceive your self-worth or how you interact with colleagues, friends, or loved ones, speaking to a professional therapist in a safe, comfortable environment can benefit you in every area of your life.
For years, therapy has been unfairly associated with certain stigmas that continue to prevent people from finding the support and encouragement they need to live each day to its fullest. At Associated Clinic of Psychology (ACP), we work to help correct such negative stereotypes by providing confidential, experienced behavioral health care that guides you to learn more about your individual symptoms, identify triggers, and implement effective coping mechanisms to take back control of your life.
What is Individual Therapy?
Individual therapy allows you and your therapist to meet regularly, one-on-one, to discuss your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Your therapist will explore topics with you to address certain issues, so you can create a plan that aligns with your personal goals.
What is Group Therapy?
In addition to meeting one-on-one with your individual therapist, group therapy allows you to meet with others who are experiencing similar symptoms or with similar goals. This helps create a collaborative group environment, where you feel empowered to share your feelings and hear inspiring stories from others about their experiences with recovery.