Intensive Therapy For Anxiety
How It Works
While a standard therapy programme that consists of weekly sessions is an effective strategy for some, it may be that you would benefit more from an intensive therapy programme instead. Being in a guided and supportive environment can make a huge difference to your mental and emotional resilience and intensive therapy could be the next step on your journey towards long-lasting good health and wellbeing.
Traditional therapy puts more of a focus on self-management and using new coping skills day to day, but intensive therapy is more structured and rigorous than this.
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This kind of programme can be useful when you’re looking to gain control of your life as quickly as possible and it can be effective at treating conditions such as addiction, mood disorders and post-traumatic stress.
Perhaps you’ve been following the more standard weekly programme for some time and no longer feel as if it’s as effective as it once was, or perhaps it’s taking too long for you to see the results you want… if this sounds familiar to you, an intensive programme could help you get to where you want to be quicker, overcoming the obstacles getting in your way.
This kind of treatment plan will be entirely bespoke and tailored to suit you and your own individual set of circumstances, designed to help you achieve your goals and enjoy better mental and emotional health sooner rather than later.
Some people prefer to do online sessions when it comes to therapy while others prefer an in-person meeting. Intensive therapy can be carried out either via Skype or a similar platform or in a location of your choice. This programme can be tailored to meet a variety of needs, designed entirely around you to suit your schedule and lifestyle.
Common conditions that this kind of therapy can really benefit include phobias, panic attacks, social anxiety, depression, generalised anxiety, low self-esteem and so on. If you’d like to find out more, get in touch with Homebased Talking Therapy today