The Interpersonal approach assumes that most people who seek therapy are having difficulty in their relationships. These relationship problems may be with a spouse, a significant other, a child, a boss, a teacher, or anyone else. Within the interpersonal therapy aproach, the therapist pays close attention to the way in which the patient approaches his/her relationship with the therapist. It is assumed that the therapeutic relationship is a sample of the way the patient interacts outside of therapy. Through an increased understanding of one’s interaction style, a person can begin to make changes to the way they approach others, and start to improve their relationships.
Many people experience challenges in life that can be resolved most effectively with the help of a professional. Whether the challenge involves depression, anxiety, interpersonal problems, or problematic substance use, the professionals at CPHP have the training and experience to guide effective change.
When one’s issues are more extreme and traditional weekly therapy has not achieved desired results, Therapeutic Placement Consultation is an alternative approach to help people access additional resources.