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  • Frequently Asked Questions

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    How do I schedule an appointment?

    Prior to scheduling an intake session, we will complete a brief phone consultation. One of our therapists will reach out to ask you some basic questions about what you’re seeking from your therapy experience. During this call, we will determine together if one of our therapists may be a good fit based on your preferences, scheduling availability, and therapist specialty. We may also help with outside referrals to help you find the best resources to meet your needs.

    What should I expect at my first session?

    The first session (the intake session) is an opportunity for us to get to know each other. For therapy to be successful, finding a therapist who is a good fit for your own preferences, personality and needs is essential. During the intake session, your therapist will ask you about your history and goals for therapy, and you will have the chance to ask them about their experience and skills and get a feel for their personality. If at the end of your intake both you and your therapist feel like it’s a good fit, you will have the opportunity to schedule a follow up session.

    How long does each therapy session take?

    Therapy sessions are generally scheduled for 50-60 minutes. To get the most out of your session, please arrive on time.

    Do you work with children?

    We specialize in working with young adults 18+.  We may have limited openings to work with teens 16+ depending on therapist availability.

    Do you offer online/telehealth appointments?

    Yes! All online appointments are conducted using a secure system that protects your privacy and allows you to access therapy from the comfort of your home. While telehealth is a convenient and effective option for receiving therapy services, it’s not for everyone. We will discuss the pros and cons of this type of appointment prior to getting started.

    Do you offer in-office appointments?

    We do, depending on which therapist you work with. Some of our therapists only offer telehealth sessions. Please let us know during your phone consultation if you have a preference for in-person or telehealth appointments.