Therapeutic Process

We Take An Insight Oriented, Compassionate Treatment Approach

We believe in providing a safe, compassionate space in which clients are able to become more accepting of themselves; to honestly look at issues and concerns that are impacting their lives. Learning to make healthier, more effective choices, help our clients move forward in life, feeling empowered and hopeful about the future.

The Function Of The Therapeutic Relationship

The therapeutic bond creates a powerful interpersonal relationship between the client and clinician, and out of this connection, clients are able to gain deeper self-awareness and self-trust, as well as greater consciousness around behavioral patterns and choices that have led to unfulfilling, painful or difficult situations in life.

The therapeutic relationship is one that helps clients understand that they have within them whatever they need to heal, change, and thrive in life.

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Healing And Change Through Proven, Effective Techniques

We believe that when the therapeutic process is effectively engaged, clients can not only gain functional wellness and relief from difficult symptoms, but can also begin to experience deeper change.

We approach treatment planning from a holistic perspective, that integrates mind and body, draws from empirically proven therapeutic techniques, and are created according to the unique needs of individual clients.

Our Approach To Psychotherapy Is Two Tiered

Focused Stabilization

The initial level of treatment entails symptom focused stabilization, to help clients feel and function better day to day. Once clients are not as symptomatic, and containment is achieved, we are able to move into the second level of treatment.

Insight-Oriented Work

The second level of treatment entails more dynamic, insight-oriented work. This phase of treatment helps to illuminate patterns of behavior and unconscious choices that have limited clients’ self-awareness, and in larger context, their capacity to have healthy, meaningful connections and experiences in life.

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re always here to answer your questions—and that starts now.

What is the difference between Counseling and Psychotherapy?

Counseling and psychotherapy are two terms that are often used interchangeably. Typically, a counselor focuses on a specific issue for a limited period of time. Psychotherapy is generally more long-term, and focuses on the client as an individual, exploring self-perceptions, thoughts, behaviors, and underlying patterns that impel life choices. Sometimes counseling happens as a part of the therapeutic process, but psychotherapy encompasses much deeper aspects of self-actualization, healing, and understanding.

How Often Should I Consider Going To Therapy To See Results and Benefits In My Life?

Each person is different, and for this reason, this answer will vary from person to person. We find that one session a week is usually optimal, as it provides continuity, and allows for the client and clinician to build rapport and trust. Weekly sessions also allow the client time to process one session before moving into the next. However, some clients opt to have bi-weekly sessions, or multiple sessions per week. The pace of treatment and frequency of sessions will be recommended to you by your therapist, and will also be informed by your treatment needs. Ultimately you get to decide what is comfortable for you.

What Can I Expect At My Initial Session?

In the initial session, we will discuss the reasons you feel therapy is necessary. The initial session is also an opportunity for your therapist to get to know more about your history, and for you to ask any questions you may have about the therapy process.

What is the Therapeutic Process?

The therapeutic process involves the patterns of conscious and unconscious thoughts, feelings and behavior that are brought to awareness through the relationship between the therapist and client. The understanding of this material helps to create change. This connection is developed and advanced through the client’s sharing of information and the therapist’s clinical approach. This relationship is nurtured through positive regard, honesty and mutual respect.

What Are the Fees for Session/Insurance?

Session fees depend on the individual clinician with whom you would like to work, and will be discussed with you during your initial consultation. We are in network with Medicare and Cigna. If you have a PPO plan with another insurance carrier, you may be entitled to receive reimbursement for psychotherapy through your insurance plan. Contact us for more information.

How Long Is A Therapy Session? Are Sessions Always Conducted In-Person?
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Begin Your Journey & Take Your First Steps Into Your Therapy Process

We believe that as clients gain a deeper awareness around how their past experiences and choices impact the way they see and experience themselves and their lives in the present, they begin to understand how they think and feel, and why they react to people and circumstances as they do. As clients make these connections, they are empowered to make healthier life choices, and find fulfillment in relationships, career, and life.

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