Screening allows us to know what you need the most in this moment.

Assessment provides an important baseline; what are your needs, protective factors, motivation, and goals. The aim of a professional assessment is to match all of that with appropriate services and types of treatment that can address your underlying concerns.

You have the right to voice out what has worked for you in the past and what would you like to try out this time.

Intensive or Regular Therapy                      

How much therapy time do I need?
How long do I need therapy for?
What sort of treatments will be useful for me?

Some people have complained,
“I have done therapy for years, and I am still very much the same.”
“There is only this much therapy can do for me.”

Relying on your therapist alone for change is slippery. Obtaining multiple supports such as being receptive to allow your peers, other supportive adults, and networks to be part of your healing will be effective and add to your treatment gains, while being rewarding in the long run.

A clinical mental health struggle may have deep rooted years of self-negation.

Would you allow yourself the opportunity to find, remove and let go of those roots?
What sort of goals do you intend to work on?
What has been agreed on between your therapist and you?

Even seeing a therapist for supportive care without defined goals has its value in improving your quality of life.

Improvement and progress in complex clinical issues may sometimes be subtle and therefore needing long-term care and trust for a breakthrough to be apparent.

It is therefore of crucial importance that sometimes a reassessment or re-evaluation needs to be done.

This can help both you and your therapist to reach a new agreement. Or explore meeting your needs in new ways.

Communication and honesty are important as you decide what you need next.

What is the difference between regular or intensive therapy?

Regular therapy is a good way to check in with a supportive professional who is dedicated to your long-term growth and wellbeing.

However, if you find yourself in a very difficult and poor emotional and psychological state, obtaining intensive therapy can save yourself from continual pain, making risky decisions, or hurting yourself unintentionally.

Brief intensive interventions can save your life, marriages, salvage your job or business.

If you find yourself alone, without any appropriate support and feeling increasing low, do consider short term intensive therapy.


What is the meaning of intensive therapy?

Traditional intensive therapy often means a brief rehabilitation respite care for stabilisation. Such expensive option may not be accessible to all.

Nowadays, this could mean daily therapy over 1-2 weeks. Intervention of up to 3 hours daily for up to 3-5 days.

A weekly follow up is also useful to sustain your stabilisation. Again, this means an agreement and decision on what you require to find yourself back on your feet.


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