Schedule Psychotherapy Treatment for Depression or any other Mood Disorder
Psychotherapy has proven to be effective in treating a wide range of difficulty including loss, parent-child concerns, marital strife, emotional distress, and depression and other mood disorders. It can also aid in the facilitating self-improvement and overall personal growth. More than anything, it’s one clear and definite purpose is to provide positive value and continue to be a constructive mechanism for you.
Outlined below are some of the benefits of therapy:
1. Better Personal Growth
2. Better Outlook in Life
3. Managed Symptoms of Depression and Mood Disorder
4. Facilitated Self-Improvement
What Should You Expect from Therapy?
Essentially, your therapy experience hinges on four primary factors: 1) theoretical orientation, 2) therapist’s personal style, 3) your attitude about therapy and 4) your openness to your therapist. Many therapists utilize an eclectic approach that tailors the orientation to the client’s unique circumstances, history and personality. As the therapy progresses, however, you as the client, will primarily be setting the agenda.
Your Therapist’s Style vs Your Attitude
Studies suggests that it is the attitude of the client that correlates most closely with successful therapy and not necessarily the orientation style, nor the years of experience of the therapist involved. If an individual is committed to creating results, they’re far most likely to benefit than those skeptical “prove that this will benefit me” types. If you have reservations on the efficiency of therapy, communicate this to your therapist as early as possible.
Your Openness, Our Confidentiality
Gateway to Solutions Integrative approach towards therapy requires that you share very personal information with your therapist. These information can at times be very embarrassing and, at times, shameful. Only by leveling with your specialist can you get the full benefit of her/his more objective perspective, and expertise. That said, the very strict rules of confidentiality between you and your therapist are designed to help you feel comfortable about sharing.