The Montfort Group

Individual Counseling

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Our methods of individual therapy are pretty simple. We’ll focus on the issues that are preventing you from making positive changes, working to help you strengthen your attachments to your loved ones and improve your self esteem. Whether it’s in your relationships, your work, or your personal happiness, together we can make changes that will improve your quality of life.  Our therapists want you to walk away with your toolbox filled. In individual counseling, you’ll get practical and emotional tools to increase your confidence, decrease your anxiety, and begin enjoying yourself again.

Problems commonly addressed in Individual therapy

At The Montfort Group, we cover a variety of issues and problems in the individual counseling sessions. Some of the more common issues are addiction, abuse, severe stress (post traumatic or not), body image, and even loneliness. All of these issues will continue to hold you back from truly living your best life if not treated properly, or not treated at all. Some problems are short-term situations that can be easily addressed in a few therapy sessions, while other difficulties run deeper with more lasting effects (childhood wounds, phobias, etc…) and may require more attention. We will work as a team to explore the issues in your life that are preventing you from enjoying satisfying relationships and stunting your personal growth.

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