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Family Therapy

Family therapy is a form of psychotherapy that involves working with families and couples to improve their relationships and resolve conflicts. Family therapy can help families cope with various issues, such as communication problems, parenting challenges, divorce, blended families, addiction, mental illness, and more. Family therapy can also help families strengthen their bonds, enhance their understanding of each other, and develop new skills and strategies to deal with future difficulties.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is one-on-one sessions between a client and a therapist. The goal of individual therapy is to help the client understand and cope with their personal issues, such as emotional distress, relationship problems, trauma, addiction, or mental health disorders. Individual therapy can provide a safe and confidential space for the client to explore their feelings, thoughts, and behaviors, and to learn new skills and strategies to improve their well-being. Individual therapy can also help the client develop a better sense of self, increase their self-esteem, and enhance their quality of life.

Group Therapy

Group therapy can provide a safe and supportive environment where people can share their experiences, learn from others, and receive feedback and guidance. Group therapy can also help people develop new skills, such as communication, assertiveness, or coping strategies.

Our Tools

  • Psychological evaluation and diagnosis according to the Tenth International Classification of Mental Disorders and the Fifth American Statistical Classification of Mental Disorders.
  • Psychological measurement We use the latest locally standardized measurement tools, as we have:
    • An assessment of cognitive and adaptive abilities (Beanh for intelligence, fifth picture, Wechsler test, third and fourth pictures, Vineland Social Behavior Scale Vineland scale of adaptive behavior.
    • Evaluation of personality disorders (MMPI, EPQ personality test, five-dimensional personality scale, psychological symptoms list).
    • Evaluation of various children’s disorders (learning difficulties, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, mental retardation, anxiety, depression, conduct disorder, and cognitive functions yadhiyyah).
  • Diagnostic tools for the Fifth American Statistical Scale for Mental Disorders.
  • Psychopharmacological intervention in accordance with the standards and highly applicable pharmacological guidance guides.
  • Individual psychotherapy sessions according to the humanistic school, with specialized psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy.
  • Specialized treatment sessions for children’s disorders (behavior modification sessions, skills development sessions, cognitive behavioral therapy sessions).
  • Therapeutic groups consist of general collective psychotherapy groups, and private psychological support groups such as groups for addicts, groups for single wives, groups for eating disorders, and groups for Transgender groups, in addition to therapeutic groups for children and adolescents specializing in (improving the manifestations of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, anger control, improving self-confidence, increasing communication skills and improving executive functions).
  • Art therapy groups such as drama therapy and dance therapy.
  • General non-therapeutic activities such as learning drawing and yoga.
  • Short medical trips lasting one day and practicing a comprehensive treatment program.