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Individual Psychotherapy in NYC.

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Brooklyn psychotherapy

The Williamsburg Therapy Group, located in Brooklyn, New York, provides individual therapy to New York City residents and beyond.

We serve a variety of needs by offering services from psychologists who have diverse specialties and approaches. All of our doctoral-level therapists are highly driven by their passion for providing quality attention and care. Whether it's from the comfort of our office, or from the convenience of one of our virtual sessions, we provide a supportive environment to host your therapeutic process.



What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy, also known as individual therapy or talk therapy, is the process of meeting one- on-one with a provider to address different struggles. It aims to help with managing mental illnesses and improving emotional wellness. Although there is a wide range of approaches that exist, the ultimate goal of all treatments and therapies is to help the client reach their goals and improve quality of life. By working intimately with each client and applying their vast experience, our therapists are able to honor and assist the needs of each unique individual.



Why Is Psychotherapy Beneficial?

Many individuals find talking one-on-one during therapy sessions very beneficial and helpful to their mental health. Research has shown amazing improvement in people who have received psychotherapy. It has been found to have helped them reduce their symptoms as well as perform functions in their life with greater ease. Psychotherapy has also been shown to improve your work-life with fewer sick days, fewer medical problems, and increased work satisfaction.


Overcoming mental obstacles with psychotherapy can improve positive feelings, self-esteem, and overall positive outlook on life. An individual can truly benefit from psychotherapy so long as they have an open and honest mindset.


Psychotherapy can treat several different mental, physical or emotional issues such as:

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Eating disorders

  • Relationship or Marriage Issues

  • Addiction

  • Abuse

  • Family Issues

  • Insomnia

  • Sexuality



What Can I Expect From Psychotherapy?

Often, the first session with your therapist is all about gathering information. They might ask about past physical, mental, and or emotional health and wellness. The first session is also a good chance for you to decide whether or not you feel comfortable talking to your therapist. Since one of the foundations to a successful treatment is the patient/therapist relationship, we know how important it is to be paired with the right therapist. Our therapists put a high value on emotional security and trust in these relationships so the work of treatment can occur in a supportive environment.


As previously mentioned, individual therapy can treat a number of different mental, physical and emotional issues. The way individual therapy is conducted varies heavily on what the individual is being treated for and what the issues at hand are. When going into a therapy session, an individual can expect a welcoming environment. Remember that psychotherapy is meant to help relieve problems you are going through to improve quality of life.


Things to expect to discuss during your one-on-one session could include:

  • Expressions of thoughts and emotions

  • Behavior patterns

  • Problem-solving

  • Conflict resolution

  • Discussing Strengths and weaknesses



Types of Psychotherapy

There are many forms of psychotherapy. Ultimately, the type of individual therapy you receive all depends on what you are personally dealing with. Sometimes medical professionals can combine different approaches when addressing a person’s needs and goals. Integration of various psychotherapeutic techniques is used to help you with your mental health issues.


Some of the more common approaches in psychotherapy include:

  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

  • Psychodynamic Therapy

  • Humanistic/Experiential Therapy

  • Interpersonal Therapy

  • Supportive Therapy



Is Psychotherapy Right For Me?

There is no shame or harm to seek out therapy to help with mental health issues. It might be time to look for individual therapy when there is an issue in your life that is causing distress or feelings that interfere with your life. We work with patients to explore and address issues at home and at work, including behavioral patterns, mood and anxiety, relationships, addiction, and self-exploration. This could include negative thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and even physical sensations that might make you feel fatigued.


If you’re looking to feel happier or less overwhelmed in life, you may benefit from psychotherapy. At Williamsburg Therapy Group, we are here to help no matter your situation. We have attentive and experienced psychologists who are prepared to support you every step of the way.



How Do I Find an Individual Therapist?

One of the most reliable predictors of success in individual therapy is the strength of the relationship between the patient and the therapist. Our client coordinator will call you and help you determine the best possible match based on your individual needs and therapy goals. Our psychologists draw upon extensive expertise and knowledge, but most importantly, we deeply respect and care for each patient. You can schedule an appointment with us to start the process today.


By reading our clinicians’ bios, you can begin to get to know our team and meet with a provider who is the right fit for you.


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Feeling better is closer than you think.

We are here to help you no matter where you are at emotionally and want to pair you with a professional that cares and can help.



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