Promont Wellness offers psychotherapy for anyone dealing with addiction or mental health disorders.


Psychotherapy Services in Philadelphia, PA

It’s not uncommon for people to feel overwhelmed by the stresses of life. This feeling can cause people to turn to drugs or alcohol for relief or experience mental health disorders that can be debilitating. Many of these substance use and mental health disorders do not get better just with willpower but must be treated with therapy. Promont Wellness offers psychotherapy for anyone dealing with addiction or mental health disorders. The goal of our psychotherapy program is to help people live a life of sustainable, long-term recovery.

Too often, people put off treatment because they are worried about the cost and the time involved in addiction treatment therapy. At Promont Wellness, we tailor our treatment programs to suit each individual’s unique needs, and we accept a wide range of insurance plans to make treatment as affordable as possible. We are passionate about serving our community in Southampton, PA, and we believe that access to addiction treatment and mental health care is of paramount importance. If you are ready to take the first steps in your recovery journey, there’s no reason to wait. Contact Promont Wellness today at 866.545.9552 to learn about what we offer and our various addiction treatment therapy options.

What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, is an umbrella term that covers various treatment approaches to help people deal with stress and improve mental well-being. The techniques and skills used in psychotherapy allow clients to develop the coping mechanisms they require to change their behavior for the better. There is a wide range of approaches to psychotherapy, but they are all based on the dialogue between the therapist and the client. Therapy can be one-on-one or in groups and has been proven to be effective for clients of all ages. Because of the effectiveness of this treatment type, it forms the foundation of many addictions and mental health treatment programs.

Some of the major approaches to psychotherapy include:


When Should You Consider Psychotherapy?

Some people seek psychotherapy because they have been struggling with addiction or mental illness for a long time. Others may be trying to cope with chronic illness and need support to stay sober. Still, others may need short-term support for situational problems that they are facing.

Here are some of the signs that you could benefit from psychotherapy:

Psychotherapy for addiction and psychotherapy for mental health fundamentally use the same principles. Still, each treatment program is based on an individual client’s needs, and no two programs are the same. To determine whether psychotherapy is right for your specific situation, it’s best to contact a treatment center and have them assess the best treatment program for you.

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What to Expect in Psychotherapy

During your first sessions of psychotherapy, your therapist will gather information about your physical and mental health so that they can determine the best course of action to achieve your goals. It can take a few sessions before your therapist completely understands your history and your needs. Don’t hesitate to ask questions as well, as it’s the dialogue between therapist and client that is the point of psychotherapy. Your therapist is your guide through your recovery journey.

During the bulk of the psychotherapy sessions, your therapist will encourage you to talk about your thoughts and feelings and will ask questions to lead you toward realizing the root cause of your problems. It’s perfectly normal and natural to find it difficult to open up regarding difficult issues, and many people find that they have intense emotional reactions when discussing sensitive or painful subject matter. Your therapist is there to help you cope with these reactions, and a good therapist will offer a non-judgmental voice so that you can feel free to be completely open. Whether you have to cry, scream, or laugh, therapy is the best place to do it.

It’s important to remember that psychotherapy is effective for a wide range of people, but it depends on each individual’s willingness to participate and maximize its benefits. It is not necessarily a cure for addiction or mental health issues, but it does help manage the symptoms and change behaviors to improve the client’s well-being.

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“I’d like to thank Courtney from the bottom of my heart. She helped me through the scary process of getting into treatment and then treated me with respect and compassion. The treatment process was scary, vulnerable and uncomfortable, but she did everything she could to make me feel as comfortable as possible. I have become an active member of the recovery community and could not have done it without the guidance and expertise Courtney provided throughout treatment.”

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Psychotherapy in Philadelphia at Promont Wellness

There’s no better time than now to start your recovery journey. Healing and hope are within reach with proper, professional treatment. Promont Wellness offers comprehensive treatment programs for a wide range of substance use disorders and mental health issues. Our experienced team is dedicated to helping you achieve long-term recovery, starting today. Contact us at 866.545.9552 or via our online form so we can begin your treatment immediately.