Short term Individual Psychotherapy: Short term therapy is a more targeted form of therapy that is used when the presenting problem is more straightforward and can be address with a solution-focused approach. Generally short term therapy is about 8-12 sessions.

Long term Individual Psychotherapy: Sometimes the reason someone is seeking therapy is more complex and needs more time to be fully addressed. This may include instances such as when there has been a history of abuse, trauma, or neglect in childhood, chronic depression or other mental health issues, deeply ingrained relational concerns (such as codependency patterns), or issues related to persistent problems with shame and/or low self-esteem.