Individual Therapy & Grief Counseling

The Imago Center of Washington, DC provides individual therapy and individual counseling services. Individual counseling is beneficial to anyone who is looking to obtain a positive, satisfying outlook on life. These sessions can identify and address specific concerns, as well as improve general self image and attitude. Our experienced therapists will work with you to increase your understanding of and appreciation for yourself.

Individual therapy clients come to us to find a supportive, encouraging environment to address a variety of issues. Individual therapy services at the Imago Center can be used to address issues such as depression, anxiety, and grief, as well as relationship issues, physical illness, and addiction. Whether you are single, married, or divorced, individual counseling sessions can help you build upon your relationship with yourself, therefore benefitting all of the relationships around you.

Through the help of our custom tailored individual therapy sessions, you can learn to love yourself and enjoy your life. If you are looking for Washington, DC individual therapy and individual counseling services, call The Imago Center today. Our therapists all specialize in helping clients with different areas of concern. Please contact us to get help from a therapist who can meet your specific needs.

Single?

Individual therapy with one of our therapists is for you if you would like to better understand:

  • why you are often drawn to partners who you seem to struggle with.
  • how you may be unconsciously contributing to not getting what you want in relationships
  • how to make small ‘growth stretches’ that will empower you and help you strengthen your relationships
  • how to deal effectively and safely with conflict in your relationships with significant others, friends, family and co-workers
  • how to heal, learn and grow from past relationships 

Divorced or Separated?

Individual therapy with one of our therapists is for you if you would like to better understand:

  • You need to grieve and grow from your past relationship
  • You are not sure what you could have done differently in your past relationship
  • You find yourself still feeling angry, victimized or confused
  • You want to make sure you do not repeat the same mistakes in future relationships
  • You have children that you want and need to co-parent safely and effectively

Some of the most significant personal work you can do if you are not currently in a committed relationship is to look at the kinds of relationships you are drawn to and why there is actually great potential for you in most of these relationships...even if they are frustrating and may have even ended. We hope you will explore the growth possible through individual work, groups or weekend workshops. 

 

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