Treatment tailored to fit your unique needs
One on One Dedicated Time
It is not often that you get an opportunity to freely talk about yourself and work through problems without people expressing their own opinions, criticisms and biases. Individual therapy can be a powerful way to work through difficult emotions, struggles and losses in your life.
Is Individual Therapy for me?
Being able to share your thoughts, feelings and experiences in a non-judgmental and supportive environment can lead to self-awareness, clarity and resolution to problems.
That is why we pride ourselves on making genuine and meaningful connections with our clients. Through an authentic connection, guided discovery and skillful inquiry we can work collaboratively to explore your life circumstances and improve your quality of life.
How can it help me?
Individual therapy can be used to address unresolved issues from the past or to vent or debrief after a stressful event occurs in your life. You can learn about patterns, symptoms, how to manage issues, healthy ways to cope, if you have a specific diagnosis and how to identify and achieve goals in your life.
Just as no two people are the same, no two psychotherapy experiences can be the same. Therefore, it is central to our approach to create a safe, supportive and comfortable space that keeps your individuality in mind. We use highly effective, evidence based treatments to help you get the best results. Assignments are tailor-made for your particular learning style and needs. Your treatment is as unique as you are.
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We use a combination of highly effective, evidence based treatments, supportive and genuine relationships and creativity to help you get the best results.
We value training, skill, authenticity and you!
Chamin Ajjan Psychotherapy is proud to be the Brooklyn, NY regional clinic with The National Social Anxiety Center (NSAC). NSAC was established with the intent of making the highest quality, evidence-based psychotherapy services to treat social anxiety available to those in need. We aim to do this through research, collaboration, dissemination to clinicians and educating the public. Visit NSAC here for more information.