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You have questions. We have answers. If you have questions beyond the items listed below, please submit an inquiry and we will be happy to get all your questions answered.
How do I get the best results from therapy?
Therapy is based on the willingness to be open and honest. It is also based on your active participation in treatment to get the best results. There is no one size fits all answer regarding therapy/treatment. Circumstances are different from person to person as well as progress. The amount of time it takes you, will be dependent on your commitment, the factors that lead your motivation for change, and your personal growth.
What population of clients do you treat?
We serve teens (11-17), young adults, mothers/birthing persons, and families. We service clients struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, work-life balance stress, and relationship issues. I specialize in servicing mothers/birthing people experiencing depression and anxiety and Pregnancy and Infancy loss.
What methods of payments do you accept?
Payments are accepted in the form of cash and credit cards via Simple Practice, a HIPAA compliant platform. Insurance is not accepted at this time, only self-pay at this time.
What treatment modality do you use?
The treatment approach used is a combination of person-centered therapy, each client is different, so the approach is tailored for you based on your needs. We are trained in various therapeutic modalities, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Pregnancy and Infancy Loss (P.A.I.L),and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
Do you offer group therapy?
Yes, group therapy is an option along with individual therapy and family therapy. There are four different types of groups to be offered: Teen Support Groups, Mom of Teens Support Group, Prenatal Grief, and Wife Support Group.
Do you offer face to face sessions?
Sessions are conducted face to face or via Telehealth due to the current COVID-19 pandemic. Clients must sign a waiver by the client confirming there has been no exposure to COVID-19 the 14-days prior to their appointment and wear masks.
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