(Free 15 minutes by phone or TeleHealth)
A consultation between a psychotherapist and client involves an initial meeting to discuss the client's concerns, goals, and treatment options. The therapist listens attentively, gathers information about the client's background, and assesses their needs. They provide information, educate the client about their symptoms, and discuss various treatment options. Confidentiality, boundaries, and practical matters are addressed. The therapist and client determine compatibility and, if agreed upon, establish goals and a schedule for future sessions.
($150 - $180)
An intake assessment is typically the initial step in the therapeutic process. It involves an in-depth evaluation of an individual's mental health and well-being. During the intake assessment, a psychotherapist gathers relevant information about the client's personal history, current concerns, symptoms, and any other factors that may be influencing their mental health. The assessment may involve structured interviews, questionnaires, and discussions to develop a comprehensive understanding of the client's needs. The information gathered during the intake assessment guides the therapist in formulating an appropriate treatment plan tailored to the individual's specific circumstances.
Group therapy involves a small group of individuals, usually ranging from 5 to 12, who meet together regularly with one or more trained therapists. The group provides a supportive and confidential environment where members can share their experiences, emotions, and concerns. Group therapy can focus on various issues such as anxiety, depression, addiction, grief, or specific populations like trauma survivors or LGBTQ+ individuals. Through the group process, participants gain a sense of belonging, receive feedback, learn from others, develop interpersonal skills, and offer mutual support. Group therapy can be a valuable supplement or alternative to individual therapy, providing unique benefits through shared experiences.
Individual Psychotherapy Session
( $50 - $180)
Individual therapy, also known as psychotherapy or counseling, is a therapeutic process where a psychotherapist works one-on-one with a client to address their psychological and emotional concerns. The therapist provides a safe and confidential space for the client to explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Through active listening, empathy, and evidence-based interventions, the therapist helps the client gain insight, develop coping strategies, and make positive changes in their life. Individual therapy is highly personalized, tailoring the treatment approach to the client's specific needs, goals, and circumstances
Couples Therapy Session
($95 - $220)
Couples therapy, also known as marriage or relationship counseling, is a form of therapy designed to help couples navigate and improve their relationship. It involves both partners attending sessions together with a trained therapist. Couples therapy aims to enhance communication, deepen understanding, resolve conflicts, and foster intimacy and connection. The therapist helps the couple identify unhealthy patterns, develop effective communication skills, and work through unresolved issues. Couples therapy can benefit couples in various stages of their relationship, including premarital counseling, addressing specific challenges, or simply enhancing overall relationship satisfaction.