“I see psychotherapy as focusing on solutions rather than problems, so psychotherapy is future oriented. Using the past patterns of a family’s and individual’s ways of coping and making decisions, we can look for ways of interrupting the patterns and developing new patterns of behavior. The person’s limiting beliefs are explored as new perspectives lead to new behaviors and more enjoyable feelings and experiences.” — David Swindall, L.M.F.T., M.Div.
Individual psychotherapy is a partnership between an individual and a psychotherapist who is licensed and trained to help people understand their feelings and behaviors and qualified to help them change so they can have happier and more fulfilling lives.
David Swindall is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who employs a variety of modalities, or methods, to help his clients achieve their goals. David uses Transactional Analysis, CBT, Spiritual Counseling, Hypnotherapy, Accelerated Resolution Therapy, Jungian Analysis, or a combination of modalities, to meet his clients’ needs.
Individual psychotherapy is usually effective for people coping with:
- Adult attention deficit disorder
- Relationship issues
- Grieving and loss
- Problems at work
Individual psychotherapy can help with work-related issues for those who want to:
- Become a more effective manager
- Make changes that result in more fulfilling work
- Receive guidance toward career goals or a new career
Individual psychotherapy focused on relationships can help a client:
- Establish and hold boundaries in personal relationships
- Identify and clearly communicate feelings with one’s partner
- Learn to resolve conflict in a healthy way
- Gain greater intimacy and sexual satisfaction
- Learn to communicate effectively with all family members and friends
- Enhance parenting skills
If you want to make the most of your life and the opportunities that come to you, please contact us to set up an appointment for individual counseling.
For more information about human conditions that are effectively addressed through psychotherapy, you may want to visit the website of the American Psychological Association, or follow the links below for more information about each topic.
- Anger: Controlling Anger – Before It Controls You
- Marriage & Divorce
To learn more or make an appointment, please contact us.