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  • Is counseling confidential?
    Yes, for the most part it is. There are limits to confidentiality such as reports of “active” thoughts of self-harm or harm to others that are deemed as imminent danger situations.
  • This is my first time seeking out therapy, how should I go about this?
    Finding the right therapist for you is imperative to your first experience. When you contact a therapist ask the questions that are important to you such as: What type of issues do you treat? What type of modalities do you use? What are your session options (face to face, online)? If you do not find a good fit the first time, do not give up on therapy. There is likely to be a therapist that fits your needs out there, you just have to find that good fit. Also, ask around. Ask friends, family, co-workers etc.
  • How many sessions do I need?
    Session needs vary. There are some clients who come weekly. As symptoms decrease, you may come bi-weekly. Some clients are in the maintenance stage and they come once a month or as needed.
  • My spouse refuses to go to therapy, what should I do?
    Come alone. Do not force your spouse to attend with you; counseling works best when it is done voluntarily. As for you, you can learn coping strategies and interventions that will be beneficial to you.
  • Do you counsel children?
    Yes, we do. However, we highly implement parent participation. When helping children, a parent support system is vital. Your child sees us for a short time compared to outside session time. The parent is needed for support during those times; that is why we involve the parent(s) to show them how to be effective outside of session times.
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