Psychotherapy is a broad term that involves a process involving a trained professional, and an individual, couple or family (the “client”) where certain issues, stressors or mental health concerns are treated and conflicts are resolved in a way that is crafted and interpreted as “good” by the client. The process exists usually over a period of time, with regular or semi-regular meetings (“sessions”) that take place in a location that allows for a safe, and confidential sharing of information and subsequent resolution. Admitting that one needs “help” is a tough thing to do.