The first 3-4 Sessions are personalized to meet your unique treatment needs and goals.
For individual therapy, a client can expect to spend 60 minutes in the initial session. This provides an opportunity for the therapist to learn about the reasons for seeking service, obtain historical information and begin the process of exploring possible treatment goals.
Grief and Loss
Phase of Life
Social, Familial and Personal Relationships
The premise of couples therapy is to collaborate with the couple to develop a viable plan to address concerns that have surfaced and impacted the foundation of the relationship.
Couples session begins with an assessment, which consist of 4 sessions: one collaborative session with both parties, two individual sessions to learn about each partner and their individual story, needs, desires and experiences, and a fourth session, to discuss specific treatment recommendations. The therapist will assist the couple with identifying their strengths, areas for improvement and develop a formula that the couple can implement to enhance the quality of their relationship. These sessions are approximately 60-75 minutes each. Upon completion of the assessment phase, the parties will decide the best plan for moving forward.
Areas of Focus May Include:
May be used in conjunction with individual or couples’ sessions to address relationship stressors, communication dynamics, building trust and collaboration after a rupture in the family system, or dealing with a phase of life change or loss. These sessions are scheduled in collaboration with the therapist based on your individual treatment needs and goals. The average family therapy sessions can range from 15-25 sessions, lasting an average of 50-60-minutes each, and may include a combination of individual and/or family sessions.