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Common Queries

Have a question you’d like to ask?

I’m committed to giving clients the best care and experience I can.

If you're struggling with emotional or mental health issues, seeking out therapy can be a helpful step towards

healing and growth. There’s no such thing as a bad question when it comes to mental health.

Check out the answers to the FAQs below,

and don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any additional questions.

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How do I know if a therapist is a good fit for me?

It's important to find a therapist who you feel comfortable talking to and who has experience

working with issues similar to yours. You can schedule a consultation or ask for a brief phone call

to get a sense of their approach and personality.

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How long does it take for therapy to work?

The duration of therapy services varies depending on the individual's needs and goals.

Some individuals may only need a few sessions to address a specific issue, while others may benefit

from longer-term therapy to address more complex or long-standing issues. The length of therapy services

is typically discussed and agreed upon during the initial session, and can be adjusted as needed

throughout the course of treatment. Factors that may influence the length of therapy services

include the severity of the issue, the individual's level of motivation and commitment to treatment, and

the type of therapy being used. Ultimately, the length of therapy services is determined

by the individual's progress and their readiness to transition out of therapy.

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Do you use evidenced-based techniques?

Utilizing evidenced-based interventions is an important aspect of therapy as it ensures that the interventions

being used have been proven to be effective through scientific research. Evidence-based interventions are interventions that have been tested and validated through rigorous research studies, and have been shown

to produce positive outcomes for individuals experiencing a variety of mental health concerns. By utilizing

evidenced-based interventions, it can help me ensure that you are receiving the most effective treatments available, and that progress is being made in the therapeutic process. Examples of evidenced-based interventions include cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior skills (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). These interventions have been shown to be effective in treating a range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, and trauma.

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