Supportive psychotherapy is a dynamic and direct treatment that focuses on assisting individuals in maintaining, restoring, and improving agency, empathy, insight, and self-esteem. With a focus on enhancing adaptive functioning, supportive psychotherapy works to be thoughtful and sensitive to each person’s individuality.
Supportive psychotherapy can help with:
- Cognitive impairments (e.g., TBI)
- Exploring personality
- Enhancing relationships
- Managing transitions
- Optimizing functioning
- Processing life circumstances
- Relapse prevention
A therapeutic approach that relies heavily on the therapeutic relationship, supportive psychotherapy emphasizes the importance of trust and mutual respect. Fostering the development of a safe space, supportive psychotherapy meets people where they are through informed communication.
Core elements of Supportive psychotherapy:
- Authentic communication
- Thoughtful feedback
Through Supportive psychotherapy, you will be able to build a therapeutic relationship that meets you where you are and assists you in your current wellness goals.
If you or someone you know would like to increase self-understanding and/or begin the journey of processing their journey, please contact me today and we can begin to build together.