Solution-Focused Single Sessions

What is the idea behind
a Solution-Focused Single Session?

The most successful people in any field usually have a coach of some kind. Athletes, actors, musicians, business executives, just to name a few professionals, all use coaches. But, what about the rest of us? Although most of us may not need a coach, from time to time we could all use a tune-up. We may feel stuck or get in an unhelpful emotional state and need to re-focus.
At some point, we all face some kind of new challenges, relationship or career issues, major life changes, anxiety, depression, academic troubles, loss of self-esteem, trauma, abuse, addictions, eating disorders, grief, and physical problems.

Come and refocus your energy!

For some, a good massage is all they need; others seek something a little more powerful and mind-focused. We don’t always need weeks and months of therapy. And that is where the Single Session approach comes to the rescue. The idea that you can start solving a problem right here, right now, can be all-empowering.  You can decide whether you are looking for ongoing support or want to try out a few power-up sessions.

An hour can make all the difference. ​

Can You Solve Your Problems in a Single Session of Therapy?

Can you solve your problems in a single session? The simple and short answer is: yes, sometimes you can. However, Single Session Therapy has not been the approach to most counseling that has been offered in the United States, although Canada and Australia have been using and refining this technique for many years with tremendous success.

The Single Session model is very straightforward: you arrive, you talk, you listen, you learn and you leave–​and for many, there is no need for any further counseling.

​So, How Does It Work?

Single Session Therapy is different from traditional therapy sessions because the focus is action oriented. In this unique approach to therapy, both the therapist and the client approach their session as if it may be their last. The therapist, working with a team of mental health specialists, helps you identify and practice solutions that you can implement right away to help you solve the problem. We think outside the box to help you find solutions, and we recognize that you may not need continued therapy. Rather than focusing on your negative thoughts and feelings that may be symptoms of an issue, we focus on the solutions that could resolve the issue.