Individual Therapy

“The greatest discovery in life is self-discovery“. M. Monroe

About Service

It’s time to get unstuck from negative thoughts, feelings, and actions.

Does your version of coping with not-so-great things often look like isolation, anger, depression, lethargy, or substance misuse? Do you struggle to connect or communicate with others, be it romantically or otherwise?

If you’re ready to regain control of your life, feel happier, and reconnect with those you care about, we’re here to help!


Why Choose Us

What to expect

At The Therapy Space we aim to create a safe and comfortable environment so you are able to share your thoughts, feelings, and experiences during our time together.

No matter what you’re going through, we’re here to provide insight, support, and the strategies necessary for you to live the life you deserve. If you’re ready to make the most of your life, we’re here to help you take responsibility, develop greater self-awareness, and create true, lasting change.


Struggles we help with:​

Techniques we use to help:

Common Questions.

Therapy is a great way to improve your self esteem and sense of well being. Understanding how it works and the benefits of therapy can help you feel more comfortable

Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, helps a person identify and understand their feelings, resolve situations they are struggling with, handle situations with less anxiety, and develop better communication skills to enhance their relationships. As you talk about your feelings, you’ll often come away feeling better at the end of a session. But therapy is about more than that. You’ll learn to question your negative thoughts and change your behaviors. Your therapist will encourage you to confront things you’ve been bottling up. Psychotherapy helps you to develop skills that allow you to understand why you react the way you do and to respond differently. In responding instead of reacting, we feel better about ourselves, and grow from our experiences.


Think of your first appointment as an opportunity to meet with the therapist to see if you feel comfortable with them as you share what’s on your mind. Your therapist will probably start by asking what brings you to therapy, what you hope to get out of it, and perhaps tell you something about themselves. Be sure and ask any questions you have. You might be wondering about their approach to therapy, any special techniques they use, or if they have worked with clients whose experiences were similar to yours. Going to therapy for the first time can make a lot of people nervous. That’s normal! If your therapist asks you something and you’re not comfortable sharing, that’s okay. Just explain that you’re not ready to talk about it. As you build trust with your therapist, you’ll feel comfortable opening up more and more.


Ultimately, the choice is yours and it’s something that can be discussed at any point during and when you start therapy. The frequency of therapy can change based on your needs and what’s happening in your life. It can be increased or decreased as you find yourself struggling less and feeling more at peace. Therapy appointments in general for individual therapy are usually 50 to 55 minutes. It is possible to schedule 1 ½ hour sessions as needed. If you’re doing couples therapy, 1 ½ hour sessions are fairly common. It is possible to do longer sessions as well.


Let’s get you on track toward genuine healing and growth so you can live a more resilient, and happier life.