Do you keep repeating unhealthy patterns even though you know better?
Is the communication in your marriage difficult - or non-existent?
Are you unmotivated at work or home?
Is your job making you sick?
Are you escaping into your phone or tablet instead of doing fun things?
Is it feeling impossible to meet someone or one bad relationship after another?
Classic psychotherapy for modern life with Rachel might be the answer.
So much of our time and energy is devoted to others that we often neglect our own emotional health. Therapy is a way to invest in yourself — so you can invest more of yourself in your work, your family, and your relationships. It allows you to unplug
from the constant demands and noise of your life to focus on overcoming the past, taking control of the present, and redefining the future.
You can change your life. That’s a truth we tend to forget — especially if the challenges you face have been years in the making. Study after study shows that people who go to therapy get results. Therapy isn't a way out of your problems, but a way through. It’s a challenging process but done with care and kindness and a bit of humor, can bring you much more in return.
Are you ready to make a change for the better?
You’ve come to the right place. Schedule a thirty-minute consultation.
Therapy is investing in yourself. Many people don't feel they have the resources to spend on personal growth. And yet, the cost of suffering individually, or as a couple, is a real expense. Missed time at work, poor job performance,
inattention to financial details or personal spending, using drugs and alcohol, overeating, shopping to fill the void and many other costly behaviors are symptoms of stress, depression or anxiety. These behaviors over the long-term are often more
expensive than the short-term investment of therapy. The average cost of divorce in the United States is roughly $15,000. Therapy is a bargain compared to divorce. Individual or couples therapy is an investment that can provide relief that actually
improves your financial life — along with the rest of it.
Psychoanalysis - Intensive treatment model: Fee to be determined on a case by case basis.
I am a candidate at the Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis. As a candidate, I provide intensive treatment for clients who find that once or twice a week therapy is inadequate for reaching their treatment goals.
Psychoanalysis consists of meeting multiple times a week for as long as it takes to meet your goals. This treatment modality requires serious commitment on the part of the client and therapist.
The rewards of such treatment are helping clients to finally break through long-standing difficult issues to have a much more fulfilled life.
Individual Psychotherapy and Counseling: 45 minute session: $130.00
The majority of my clients attend individual sessions one to two times per week. Counseling is most effective on a weekly basis. I tell all my clients that generally, meeting once a week for 6 months is far more effective than meeting every other week for 12 months. Intensive treatment is more effective and gets faster results. Meeting less than once a week is considered “supportive” counseling. Supportive counseling can help maintain the progress you have already accomplished.
Couples counseling: 55 minute session: $160.00
Most couples are already in crisis by the time they reach my office. Therapy is often “last ditch” effort. My job is to help the clients identify their individual and mutual dynamics that are contributing to the healthy or unhealthy cycle of the couple. I recommend weekly session for all couples who are in crisis. Be prepared to work hard in and out of session to make progress toward your goals.
Supervision and consultation to training or licensed therapists: Call for fee
As an experienced senior therapist I provide consultation on clinical cases.
Cash, check, credit card, PayPal and Apple Pay. I do not take insurance. Please check if your HSA of FSA might cover your treatment. Some insurance companies have an out-of network benefit that might reimburse the client for services.
If you do not show up for your scheduled therapy appointment or you cancel less than a business day in advance, you will be charged the full amount. I request that clients provide at least 48 hours when cancelling or changing appointments.
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First Visit: What to Expect
You will find it to be a warm and supportive experience. Often new clients are nervous and anxious before we meet. Most people wait a long time before making their first appointment and it’s a relief to finally get started. My goal is that you feel safe and positive about our first meeting. All you have to do is show up and be yourself.
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