WHO: Goodness-of-fit is a term that’s often used in the therapy world. This means it’s important that your level of comfort and trust, what you are seeking services for, and your goals are matched with my professional background, skills, and scope of practice.
WHAT: Therapy involves a series of different steps or discovery processes, including an intake, collaborating on goals, and learning about your background, strengths, skills, challenges, and opportunities for growth. If we work together, my goal is to help you empower yourself in your own life, by identifying roadblocks, giving you a trained eye and perspective on whether your beliefs are serving you, engaging in active reflection, and providing you with a sizable tool belt of strategies to implement outside of the therapy room. This will inherently look different for each client because therapy is not a one-size-fits-all process.
WHERE: Telehealth with me involves meeting through a HIPAA-compliant video platform. This means we will have a secure two-way video session, ensuring your privacy and confidentiality.
WHEN: Therapy typically involves meeting weekly or biweekly. You and I will decide the frequency of visits. My intention is that we collaborate on our entire process together, from planning our first visit, our working through process, and our ending visit. It’s important to know that clients often return to therapy, if and when needed, at different points in their lives.
WHY: Usually someone seeks out therapy because there is something he, she, or they would like to improve upon. This could range from general unease or dissatisfaction, to more specific challenges, including improving one’s self-esteem, engaging in more self-care, balancing work-life, improving communication with one’s partner, and most importantly, improving your relationship with your Self.