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What is therapy and what does the process look like?

Psychotherapy (aka therapy) is a process in which we explore issues, emotions, experiences, and memories with the goal of creating a positive change within your life. My approach to therapy is based on how past experiences have shaped the person you are today and the way that you respond to events in your life.

In our sessions, I take a very nondirective position. You, as the client, will lead the subjects we discuss. I firmly believe that change occurs through the work you put in, rather than me telling you what to do. I am simply here to connect ideas and try to provide an alternative perspective that can lead to greater insight and understanding, which ultimately leads to healing. 

Therapy is difficult, emotionally taxing, and at times, intense work, but the reward is priceless. In order to get to calm waters, we must trudge through the difficult ones first. 

What approach do you use?

I am an integrative therapist, meaning that I draw from a variety of theories. I tailor my approach to each client's needs so that they may receive the best possible care. Overall, though, my approach draws from emotion-focused therapy, internal family systems, mindfulness, somatic psychology, attachment, and client-centered therapy.

What are your rates?

Please contact me about my current rates.

How do I schedule a session with you?

Please feel free to call, text, or email me if you would like to schedule a session. I will be in touch shortly after receiving your message.

How long will therapy take?

Every person and situation is unique, and because of this, there is no one answer that fits all. I will work with you to create a plan that fits with your availability and needs in order to accomplish the goals you hope to achieve during our time together. However, therapy is a commitment that requires your active and ongoing participation. The more you put in, the more you'll get out. My goal as your therapist is to help you "graduate," not to keep you coming back for years and years. 

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