Individual Therapy : Kate Murphy Therapy
Kate Murphy offers individual therapy. Indications that this is the right time to consider therapy may be that you have a strong desire to change something in your life, you are curious about disruptive behaviors that seem beyond your control, or you have experienced a major life transition.
depression, anxiety, anxiety reduction, stress management, racing thoughts, sleeplessness, unworthiness, sense of impending doom, fear of failure, career issues, relational problems, connection, psychotherapy, counseling, ADHD, social anxiety, life transitions, LGBTQ issues, Atlanta Metro, Norcross GA
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Individual Therapy

Ready for Change: Individual Therapy


Therapy can support you in quieting your busy mind so that you can hear yourself think. It can be tough to tune into your authentic voice when stress and anxiety get in the way. Connecting with friends and loved ones when you are feeling dissatisfied or depressed can be hard too.


Imagine waking up in the morning without dread, being able to speak your mind without worry about offending someone, deepening connections, and having confidence in your ideas and decisions. It’s possible.


What Happens In Therapy


We will look at various solutions to symptoms that are negatively impacting you, like obsessive thinking, worry, or harsh self-criticism. I use mindfulness and self-compassion exercises frequently to help lessen anxiety so that you can relax and rediscover what you are passionate about in life.


We will explore your history, make plans for change, and celebrate incremental success. Just as facing the difficult realities of your history and behavior can be uncomfortable and painful, acknowledging personal growth and building acceptance of self can be celebratory and liberating.


Length of Time


How long you stay in therapy depends on you. Some people see a degree of symptom relief after the first 30-days. For sustainable change, 6 months to a year or longer may be more realistic. Remember, it could have taken 15-40 years for the behaviors you’re trying to change to develop. It takes time and patience to truly adjust adaptive behaviors and feel more comfortable in your body.


I find that focusing on the process is more important than a focus on time. Impatience is not generally a productive or kind partner to change. And I firmly believe that change is possible for everyone.


Find the Right Therapist for You


Finally, the most important thing you can do to get positive results from therapy is to find a therapist that you feel comfortable with. A person who is a little bit familiar and one that can also challenge you.


Call or email me to set up a phone consultation, 30-minute consultation in person, or to schedule an appointment. Both consultation options are free of charge. I work with individuals aged 18 and up.


More:  Why Therapy? (blog post)

Individual Therapy
Ready to explore therapy? Schedule a free 30-minute consultation.


Individual Session Fee:

$130 an hour

Will provide info for Out of Network filing.

“When we speak we are afraid our words will not be heard or welcomed. But when we are silent, we are still afraid. So it is better to speak.”

Audre Lorde, activist & author