HAPPINESS DOESN'T OCCUR IN A VACUUM.
Unless you’re a Buddist monk, the things that happen in the world around you will most likely impact how you feel. Because the purpose of therapy is ultimately to help people feel and live better, any and all of the things, internal and external, that impact how we feel, can, and should be addressed therapy. This means were not just talking about the past, we’re looking at what you can do in the present to set up the future you never believed was possible.
- WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE -
INSIGHT + ACTION = RESULTS
1. TAKE INVENTORY
We start by taking inventory. Together, we look at all the diverse pieces of your story and who you are. These pieces give us an idea of what we’re working with and set the framework for therapy.
2. FIND WHAT'S MISSING
Next, we determine what pieces are missing to make the picture more complete. This is where we identify the problems. We get a detailed understanding of what exactly you’re up against, including the internal and external factors helping to maintain the problems you’re experiencing.
Finally, we strategize. Here, we talk about what steps you will take to address each problem and reach your goals . A portion of each session is devoted to planning and implementation. Therapy shouldn't be all talk. The value of therapy comes through translating insights into action.
4. FIND ACCOUNTABILITY
Most people are not naturally self-starters. A little accountability can go a long way. Weekly sessions impose build-in deadlines for completing weekly goals. For those who need a little extra support, check-ins can be arranged throughout the week to keep you motivated and on track.
5. PROCESS AND
This is where you really learn about yourself. We look closely at what works for you and what doesn't. We take a deeper look at the road blocks you're experiencing to pinpoint the real source of the problem. You may be surprised by what you find.