Individual & Family Therapy

Individual Therapy

Cadenza Center clinicians have experience in helping a diverse range of clients from a variety of racial, ethnic, and spiritual backgrounds. Our goal is to provide clients with tools to solve ongoing problems as well as to help them find greater levels of understanding and intimacy. We believe empathy, communication, and problem-solving skills are the keys to any successful relationship.

Individual and family therapy are two forms of psychotherapy used to improve mental health and well-being. During individual therapy, clients are expected to discuss their mental health issues and experiences openly with the therapist, utilizing evidence-based approaches such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or psychodynamic therapy. In family therapy, all family members are encouraged to participate in discussions and activities to help foster better understanding and communication, working collaboratively with the therapist to identify and address their mental health concerns.

Common goals for psychotherapy include:

  • Increasing self-awareness and understanding
  • Developing new skills and strategies
  • Creating meaningful change and growth 

Both types of therapy promote growth and development and foster healthier relationships and communication.

Together with the therapist, clients engage in activities and exercises, and work collaboratively with the therapist to identify and address their mental health concerns, alleviate suffering, and promote healthier relationships.

Although some clients choose to enter family therapy as the first choice of treatment, other times family work is incorporated after a period of individual, child, or couples therapy. Our therapists can assist families, large or small, in addressing issues that have previously caused conflict between family members. These may include:

  • Divorce and marital problems
  • Behavioral and emotional difficulties
  • Chronic health problems
  • Grief, loss and trauma
  • Work and financial stress
  • Parenting skills

Whenever a relationship is in trouble or just needs a tune-up, everyone benefits from learning how to resolve conflict and communicate more clearly. Our clinicians are skilled at helping clients raise awareness of unconscious processes, learn to look at repetitive patterns, and identify coping strategies or find adaptive ways to alter negative thoughts, beliefs or behaviors. 


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