Is Therapy Every Two Weeks Enough?

When it comes to therapy, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Depending on your unique needs and goals, you may choose to attend sessions every week or once every two weeks. While there are many reasons why clients may request to attend sessions less often than once a week, it is not always the ideal option. In this article, we will discuss why therapy every two weeks may not be enough and how to talk about this with your therapist. Many clients may want to attend therapy less often than once a week due to misconceptions about what therapy is and how it works.

While therapists may agree to this frequency of sessions, they may do so with reservations. If you have the money and the time, you will get more out of seeing your therapist every week. This is because therapy has both maternal and paternal elements, and clients may worry that a therapist will respond to the desire to end therapy as a rejection of the therapist and its usefulness. However, if you cannot afford to attend sessions every week, therapy every two weeks is still valuable. It is important to discuss your needs and goals with your therapist so that they can help you find the best approach for your situation.

Ultimately, it is up to you and your therapist to decide what frequency of sessions works best for you.