Individual Psychotherapy is a form of therapeutic communication implemented by a trained Mental Health professional, aimed to assist clients to alleviate problems so as to improve the quality of their life.
The ways that individual psychotherapy is implemented varies widely depending upon the psychological problem experienced by the client, the personal beliefs and practices of the therapist, and the individual needs of the client.
This method usually involves a one to one encounter on regular intervals agreed between the therapist and the client.
Please contact Stan Makrinos to obtain information or register for the groups listed below:
1. RELAPSE PREVENTION SUPPORT GROUP
An informal support group for people in early recovery to help resist temptation and maximize their chances toward a drug and alcohol free life. Dual diagnosis clients accepted. The group will have a supportive, Cognitive-Behavioral orientation with emphasis on Corrective Thinking. 2. SUPPORT GROUP FOR FAMILIES AND/OR FRIENDS OF ADDICTS An informal support group that offers manageable tools to family and friends of addicts to find the strength to resist and overcome dysfunctional patterns that have kept them hostage and choose new and productive ways with which they can reclaim their emotional and, in some cases, physical freedom. 3. PARENTING SKILLS SUPPORT GROUPAn informal support group for parents of children with behavioral and mental health problems. Obtain much needed support and develop effective skills to successfully communicate with your child.