In Individual Therapy, Clare Mézes, MSc, RP offers a way for clients to gain a better understanding of themselves and others while developing the skills they need to navigate life’s challenges confidently and with purpose.
Benefits of Individual Therapy
Clare offers individual therapy and respectfully guides her clients to take steps toward self-growth.
Through compassion and an engaging interpersonal style, individual sessions are designed to bring you to your best self under the most difficult situations or crises, and to develop a style of life that will help fulfill your personal goals.
With one-on-one therapy, Clare can help you:
- Heal trauma.
- Replace shame and self-loathing with compassionate acceptance.
- Improve your self-esteem by becoming more confident.
- Get unstuck and learn how to set clear boundaries without over-accommodating or withdrawing.
- Find the middle-ground, or moderation between too much flexibility and harsh rigidity.
- Gain clarity about what you want, what’s missing and what you’re doing that’s getting in your way.
- Change yourself—the way you feel, think, behave, and interact with others.
How Individual Therapy Works
Therapy focuses on gaining understanding and clarity about your fears and self-defeating behaviours and where they come from, developing new insights, learning new skills from a variety of tools and techniques, and reframing negatives to positives in order to create new perspectives and strengthen relationships.
Clare uses an integrative approach to psychotherapy stemming from Relational Life Therapy (RLT), Sensory Motor Psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), as well as the most up-to-date treatment for addictions.
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