If you’re dealing with depression, anxiety, or another mental health concern, it can impact all aspects of your life. You may become distant in your relationships, struggle in your career or even find it difficult to enjoy your favorite activities. When faced with a physical ailment, it’s perfectly reasonable to see a doctor for professional advice. Why shouldn’t mental and emotional health be treated with the same importance? Keep in mind that you are not alone; many people struggle with mental health issues and the good news is that many of them are highly treatable. They don’t have to stop you from enjoying your life. If you’ve been thinking about speaking to a mental health counselor, make an appointment with a therapist today at Qlarity Counseling.


Please click on the different sections below for a brief explanation of how each type of therapy typically works.


Individual Therapy

The client meets with the therapist one-on-one. Together, they establish a working relationship through regular appointments whereby the therapist gets to know the client, his or her life challenges, and the strategies they employ to navigate those challenges. The therapist seeks to identify strategies that may be maladaptive and works to help the client eliminate or modify them in favor of more effective ones that will help them adapt to ongoing and future obstacles.