Our professionaly trained psychologists are here to help you as you mindfully unspool your thoughts and feelings - through good days, bad days or even the horrible, terrible, not-so-good, very bad days.
Do you want to talk to a therapist?
Just like a jigsaw puzzle, therapy works best when you match with a mental health professional who understands you like no one else. Since we're all about finding the perfect fit, please feel free to reach out to us via whatsapp so we can help identify the right therapist for you!
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I need therapy?
Consider therapy if you experience persistent emotional distress, such as anxiety, depression, or anger, which interferes with daily life. Other signs include difficulty in relationships, low self-esteem, major life changes, unresolved trauma, or seeking personal growth. Consulting a mental health professional can help determine if therapy is appropriate for you.
How can therapy help me?
Individual therapy is a form of psychological treatment where a trained therapist works one-on-one with a client to address their emotional, mental, or behavioral issues. It offers a confidential and personalized setting for clients to explore and manage their concerns, improve well-being, and develop coping strategies.
What types of issues can be addressed in individual therapy?
Individual therapy can address a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma, grief and loss, relationship problems, substance abuse, self-esteem and self-confidence issues, anger management, eating disorders, phobias, and personal growth and self-discovery. It provides a supportive space to work through emotional, mental, and behavioral challenges.
Do you offer in-person or online therapy sessions?
Yes, each therapist has online and offline sessions. They see clients all their working days online and have specific days they come in office to see clients in-person.
How do I prepare for my first therapy session?
To prepare for your first therapy session, reflect on your goals and what you'd like to discuss. Bring any relevant medical or psychological history. Be open and honest, as therapy relies on trust. Ask questions about the therapist's approach and expectations. Arrive with an open mind and a willingness to engage in the process.
What if I have an emergency or crisis between sessions?
If you have an emergency or need crisis support between therapy sessions, reach out to a crisis helpline, such as a local crisis centre or a national crisis hotline. They provide immediate assistance and can connect you with appropriate resources for your situation.
Is therapy only for people with diagnosed mental health conditions?
No, therapy is not only for people with diagnosed mental health conditions. It is also valuable for those facing life challenges, seeking personal growth, improving relationships, managing stress, or enhancing well-being. Therapy offers support, coping skills, and insights that benefit a wide range of individuals, not solely those with clinical diagnoses.
Nitika, New York City
Very sharp and astute therapist who really gets to the core of the issues.
I started my therapy journey here, and I am extremely grateful for the rapport, comfort and insight I've discovered throughout the entire process.
There's no doubt about it; this is 100% honest therapy. It's hard to find the words besides the safety of space, non-judgemental vibes, and the facilitation for clarity of thought when it comes to describing therapy at The Thought Co. Truly life-changing!
Not ready for therapy yet?
If the thought of therapy seems daunting, don't worry. We've found some alternatives you can try:
PS: Just like no two people are alike, everyone's mental health journey is unique. Maybe we don't fit what you need, but we'd still love for you to keep exploring. There are different kinds of therapy; you just need to find one that suits you best.
here are some things you can try as alternatives instead
There are different kinds of therapy - and maybe we dont fit what you need. We encourage you explore to find the right therapist cause the catharsis one experiences during therapy enables acceptance.