Young adulthood is prolonged in our society as young people remain dependent on their families while studying at college and university. This dependency can cause significant conflict both within the young person and for the family. Individual therapy assists in negotiating the transitions into adulthood.
Some common difficulties characteristic of this phase of life include:
Adult Individual Therapy
Individual psychotherapy and "talking to someone" provides a safe place to explore emotional and practical issues of concern within a non-judgemental relationship. Personal growth and change become possible, accompanied by the alleviation of distressing symptoms.
Gwyn Choles obtained her undergraduate training through Unisa and then completed the Masters in Educational Psychology degree at the University of the Witwatersrand in 1998. Practical clinical experience was gained at the Tara H Moross hospital in the child, adolescent and eating disorders Units. She has been in Private Practice on the East Rand since 1998...