Individual psychotherapy is a psychotherapy implemented by a trained professional, usually a therapist or psychologist, which helps a client work through a problem. The ways that individual therapy is implemented varies widely depending upon the psychological problem that the client has, the personal beliefs and practises of the therapist and the individual needs of the client.

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