Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adults

Interpersonal difficulties can significantly contribute to daily affect and functioning, though these concerns are often normalized. It is important to recognize your relationships and overall functioning can be improved and help is available.

Interpersonal therapy (IPT) is a form of psychotherapy and effective for individuals experiencing difficulties with their mood or interpersonal functioning as demonstrated by empirical support. IPT focuses on assessing your interpersonal relationships and examining how these dynamics affect your well-being. In treatment individuals will develop adaptive coping strategies and learn how to effectively communicate amongst their interpersonal relationships. The typical course of IPT is 12-16 sessions, depending on the nature and severity of the concerns.

At CITC we have highly skilled clinicians who can help you. Please contact for more information.