Individual Therapy

Individual 1-1 therapy is available for children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.

If you  or a loved one is struggling with depression, stress,anxiety, or a host of other mental health challenges that make it difficult to enjoy life, MySpectrum provides individual therapy in Virginia that can help. A personal therapist can provide one-on-one support. They can help you develop coping strategies and problem-solving skills that can be applied to a wide range of internal or external conflicts that might be making it difficult to live your best life.

Whether in-person or online, personal counseling gives many people the feeling of confidentiality and security they need to discuss their problems openly. By developing a strong rapport with one of our professionals, clients are able to get down to the core of the issues at hand and develop a plan to address them in the most successful way possible.

While we offer in person individual therapy at our office in North Chesterfield, Virginia, we also serve the whole Commonwealth of Virginia and the state of Texas through Teletherapy. This is a nice opportunity for you to meet with your Therapist in a way that is flexible, convenient, and comfortable for you.

Individual counseling is available for children, adolescents, and adults of all ages.

At MySpectrum, our coaches and licensed counselors will work with each individual on their identified Spectrum area. One-on-one therapy occurs in sessions generally up to 60 minutes long, however, this may differ based on insurance coverage and preference.

One-on-one counseling will address your pain, such as grief/loss, stress, depression, anxiety, adjustment issues, substance use, or a host of other life struggles. Below are some areas that we can focus on through our individual therapy service, but this is not an exhaustive list. We pride ourselves in building a team of professionals who can assist with almost any issue that might be impacting your mental wellbeing.

**When working with children, we prefer to include at least one parent or guardian in treatment, depending on the age of the youth