We offer a range of counseling services in order to meet people where they are and help them get the deepest benefits from therapy. If we can’t provide the services that would be most beneficial for you, we will do our best to help you find a referral that gets you what you need.
If you find yourself in an endless cycle of unhappiness or like you’re missing out on the good things in life, you deserve to feel better. Let us work with you to identify the things holding you back and break through the noise.
Our teen programs focus specifically on the social, academic, and growth challenges that our teens face. In therapy, your teen will:
- Develop confidence to make their own rational, well-thought out decisions
- Identify influences on their behavior and understand the effects of those influences
- Communicate effectively with family, peers, and others
- Build confidence and create goals
- Manage difficult or overpowering emotions effectively
Online counseling is just like our other counseling programs, but we meet on a HIPAA compliant, secure video platform for our sessions. We recommend that our first consultation still be in person, so that we can get to know each other.
For online counseling, you will need a computer with video capability as well as internet and a quiet, private space.
What do you specialize in?
Megan specializes in young adults confronting anxiety, depression, life transitions, and identity development.
Whitney specializes in teens, families, and couples.
How long is a typical session?
Individual sessions are typically 50 minutes, unless otherwise requested.
Family and couple sessions range from 50 to 75 or 90 minutes, depending on need.
How much do sessions cost?
50 minute sessions cost $127. Longer sessions are pro-rated based on this 50 minute rate.
How many sessions do I typically need to commit to?
We recommend that clients commit to at least 6-8 sessions. With fewer sessions, we won’t gain the momentum or progress that can make a difference in your life.
After 6-8 sessions, some clients will opt to wrap up if they feel that all their goals have been accomplished. Other clients choose to keep coming if they find therapy helpful.
How do I know when I’m ready to stop coming to therapy?
Typically, you and your therapist will create goals at the beginning of therapy. When you and your therapist feel that you have met these goals, you’ll start working on a treatment termination plan that helps you sustain your progress independently. Sessions will be scaled back from weekly to every other week, and eventually to monthly check-ins.
Therapy is also voluntarily, so while we may recommend this process of ending therapy, you are also welcome to decide that you are finished with therapy at any time. We will respect your choice to end therapy if you choose to do so.
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