Individual therapy can be one of the greatest and most rewarding adventures, it can bring with it the deepest feelings of personal worth, of purpose and richness in living.Eda Leshan
Navigating life’s stressors: Individual therapy for restoring balance
Life can be a whirlwind of stressors, which can easily overwhelm us and leave us feeling exhausted.
Individual therapy offers an opportunity to explore and navigate life’s stressors with the guidance of a trained therapist. Work towards growth and balance and rediscover your inner strength.
How individual therapy can offer support for common stressors
We’re here to help you navigate life’s pressures and challenges:
- Work stress
Address high-pressure work environments and achieve a better work-life balance.
- Relationship challenges
Explore relationship concerns and foster healthier connections.
- Social isolation
Address social barriers and engage more in social activities.
- Life transitions
Develop tools and build confidence in your path forward.
- Multiple stressors
Develop strategies for maintaining balance in your life.
Restore Balance and Well Being Through Therapy
Take charge of your mental well-being and aspire toward a life of fulfillment.
Recognizing symptoms and finding solutions with individual therapy
Our individual therapy sessions focus on addressing common issues such as anxiety, excessive worry, self doubt, and daily stress.
We emphasize personalized solutions, coping strategies, and techniques aimed at fostering calm, confidence, self-compassion, and motivation.
Unlocking the power of individual therapy
Noteworthy Findings by the American Psychological Association:
- Therapy for depression and anxiety is effective.
- Therapy can promote overall health.
- Many people report noticeable improvement in as few as 8 sessions.
- One major study showed 75% individuals in therapy improved by 6 months.
- For persons experiencing emotional distress, engaging in some therapy is better than no therapy.
Elevate Your Mind, Elevate Your Life
Mile High Psychology
Navigating the path to well-being
Psychotherapy is not just about alleviating distressing symptoms; it’s also about cultivating well-being and personal fulfillment. However, the journey from where you are now to where you want to be isn’t always clear. Even with the support of family and friends, it can be challenging to bring about positive change on your own while juggling life’s demands.
Our approach: Focus on Your Goals
Whether you seek to cope better with life’s uncertainties, change unhealthy behaviors, achieve personally meaningful goals, or gain insight and self-understanding, we are committed to helping you work on your unique aspirations.
Professional support for personal growth
As licensed psychologists, we are dedicated to helping you embark on a journey of self-discovery, generate new solutions and strategies, and provide support and accountability as you work toward achieving greater self-confidence and well-being.
Tailored solutions: Empowering positive change
We recognize that each person’s journey is distinct, and our approach to therapy is flexible and adaptable. We work collaboratively with you, taking the time to understand your unique challenges, goals, and aspirations, ensuring our therapeutic approach is tailored to your needs.
Guided by evidence-based therapeutic methods
We provide an environment for open dialogue and tailor our approach to each individual’s specific goals and situation.
We integrate elements of various evidence-based modalities to enrich the therapy process:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a practical and solution-focused psychotherapy that can yield positive changes in thinking, behavior, and emotional responses. CBT has been extensively studied using scientific methods, and the research has demonstrated its effectiveness in addressing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and more.
This therapeutic method provides useful tools to identify and challenge inaccurate thoughts, cultivate realistic alternatives, and master problem-solving techniques and coping strategies.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an evidence-based therapy method that aims to enhance psychological flexibility. The ACT method provides an evidenced-based approach to improving mental health, encouraging individuals to commit to their values and move towards a more purposeful experience.
ACT differs from other forms of CBT therapy by focusing on accepting and embracing thoughts and feelings rather than changing them. By practicing ACT techniques and clarifying core values, you can work towards greater acceptance and engage more fully in the things you care about.
Positive psychology focuses on understanding how positive emotions, strengths, and virtues contribute to a meaningful and fulfilling life. Positive psychology emphasizes clients’ strengths and positive qualities by exploring unique strengths, setting meaningful goals, and incorporating various techniques such as gratitude exercises, mindfulness practices, and fostering positive relationships.
Psychodynamic psychotherapy is an insight-oriented treatment approach that explores how past experiences shape present behaviors. At times, what we learned from past formative experiences can interfere with present-day functioning, getting in the way of finding satisfaction in relationships or work.
Psychodynamic therapy facilitates thoughtful exploration of deep-rooted behavior patterns with the goal of gaining insight that informs positive changes in the present.
Meet Dr. Rob Leach
Rob Leach, PsyD, MBA
Dr. Rob Leach is dedicated to helping individuals and couples navigate challenges and strive towards their full potential.
The privilege of a lifetime is to become who you truly are.Carl Jung
What to expect during your initial consultation for individual therapy
Our initial consultation process is all about fostering a comfortable and collaborative environment where you can openly discuss your needs and goals. This phase encompasses a complimentary 15-minute telephone consultation, followed by the first four visits.
We want to emphasize that there is absolutely no pressure to continue with us if it doesn’t feel right for you. As therapists, we take into consideration whether the issues you want to address align with our clinical experience, training, and scope of practice. We understand the significance of finding the right fit, and if needed, we are more than willing to assist you with a referral to ensure you receive the support that best meets your needs.
Schedule a free call to assess your needs.
Complete documents before your appointment.
Discuss what brings you to therapy and address questions.
Second to Fourth Visit
Address problems and discuss relevant history.
Make a Therapy Plan
Collaborate on a plan aligned with your goals.
Check in and adjust therapy plan as needed.
Embracing Change for a Brighter Future
Get Started Today – Schedule Your Free Consultation.