Individual psychotherapy is a form of help in which the psychotherapist uses (specialized) therapeutic methods to help the client make changes in his life. In addition to the fact that psychotherapy is the systematic application of treatments with theoretical foundations, it is also an encounter and relationship between the psychotherapist and the client as subjects.
Groups meet weekly for about 50 minutes to talk about what the client is having trouble with. They conduct a dialogue, engage in exercises, experiments, and even visualizations. Sometimes they arrange all kinds of “housework” between sessions. It all depends on the individual style of the therapist’s work, the client’s readiness and needs, and what kind of therapeutic bond the psychotherapist and client will build.