Okay, I know what you may be thinking. I hear it a lot. “I/my husband/my son/etc. need(s) therapy, but I need to know if I can afford it or not.” My answer to you is that counseling is absolutely priceless.
Let me help you see if we can figure this out together and go over the costs in general, so that you are aware, able to plan ahead, or have some resources to be able to fund therapy. Remember the rule that what you pay for is what you get. The same goes for therapists.
Counseling is a preventative and therapeutic healing practice. It can help you recover faster and avoid dramatic events with some tools.
I believe in paying for the value that you are receiving. I also believe that the therapeutic relationship should only be between the you and the therapist. Not you, the therapist, and the insurance company. Why? When insurance companies become involved in the therapeutic relationship, they demand a unneeded diagnosis and can limit therapy sessions. This is wrong. My rates are competitive and affordable as compared to those in my industry. However, I realize that everyone has a choice when they make an investment. You should definitely make a wise one when it comes to your health and who you choose to work with.
One way to see if we’re a good fit is to try out my free mindfulness challenge on your own.
I also highly recommend just getting outside and journaling first and foremost. Run if you can. Sweat. Drink water. Sit in the sunshine. Stretch. Do these every day. Each day, you will start to feel stronger. And, if you feel stronger, you might feel more positive. Then, if you feel more positive, you might talk to more people. If you talk to more people you might find more opportunities come your way.
As a licensed therapist for over 10 years, I have advanced training in evidence based practices such as EMDR, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (zen-based) and Mindfulness-Based Therapy. Additionally, I use a lot of zen practice in my sessions and use many of its tools to help you practice mindfulness in between sessions.
I Welcome Anyone Going Through a Challenging Time.
Contact me to get started or ask any questions you want. Try my quiz out if you think that you’ve been feeling less than great for longer than you’d like at this point. I personally answer each quiz that comes through. And, if you do need help right now, please call 911 or your local hospital. They have to admit you through the emergency room, and while you may think you don’t want to be a bother, your safety is more important than that.
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or call (720) 295-4233.