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Psychotherapy symbolically resembles the "journey" towards the land of our deepest desires, thoughts and emotions. The final destination of this "journey" relates to the discovery and recognition of those parts of the self that need improvement. The later acknowledgement and acceptance will facilitate the passage to gain control over and modify unhealthy behaviors, so the client will improve the quality of his/her life.

Psychotherapy is a confidential process designed to help the client address their concerns, come to a greater understanding of their self, and learn effective personal and interpersonal coping strategies. It involves the client sharing sensitive, personal and private information that may at times feels distressing. The remembrance of such information, as well as the possibility of giving up old habits, regardless of how dysfunctional they had been, can render the client vulnerable to stress. As a result, there may be periods of increased anxiety or confusion. However, the therapist is committed to helping the client throughout this procedure. Therapy will be accomplished after the client process past and recent emotional wounds and achieve the reconstruction of their desirable thinking, and coping outcomes.