Individual Counseling

Individual counseling is a method of treatment that focuses on the individual needs and issues of the patient. This gives the patient the full opportunity to comment openly on their case with their individual counselor. It involves a two-way conversation between the patient and the counselor. The main purpose of which is to rehabilitate the patient and develop personal abilities. Individual counseling methods are very important in authenticity clinics. Medical treatment is started as soon as a patient comes under treatment at Sadaqat Clinic.

At the same time, collective counseling and individual counseling are also introduced. After examining the nature of the patient’s illness, a specialist counselor is selected who is particularly capable of handling his or her individual case. In addition, the specialist counselor keeps a close eye on the overall treatment of his / her patient, including his / her medication, food, attendance in classes and groups, and daily behavior, and discusses all these issues during individual counseling. In order to make the patient’s recovery possible.

The Purpose of Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling Typically Involves the Following Goals

Giving the patient complete information about the disease.

Explain the proper way to manage the various symptoms of the disease.

Remove the patient from the trauma caused by the disease.

Commenting on the patient’s appropriate or inappropriate behavior during treatment.

Explain healthy ways to prevent inappropriate behavior.

Explain ways to control stress.

Improving emotional health.

Improving family relationships.

Talk in detail about ways to prevent relapses.

Awareness of the principles of rehabilitation.

Individual counseling is not only related to indoor treatment but also continues after the patient has gone outdoors in what is called a follow-up program, in which the patient continues to talk to his counselor about all rehabilitation issues. Is and keeps getting help in time. Doing so protects the patient from relapse and keeps him or her on the path to recovery.