- Family & relationship problems
- Academic problems
- Stress management
- LGBTQIA concerns
- Mood disorders
- Disordered eating
- And more…
After your intake session, your therapist will create a personalized therapy roadmap that summarizes the details of your concerns, goals and the recommended treatment.
Before the intake appointment, you (and your parent if under 18) will complete some intake questionnaires. You'll answer questions on your current symptoms and concerns, your past treatment history and any relevant medical information. During the intake appointment, your therapist will review these materials with you plus talk with you in greater detail about why you are seeking therapy. The goal is for the therapist to get to know you, understand your current concerns, and work with you to identify treatment goals.
During the intake appointment, you will work with your therapist to identify the changes you'd like to make in your life. Some examples may be to improve mood, reduce anxiety, develop better coping skills, improve sleep, increase motivation for school, and many more - together you will work collaboratively to identify your personal treatment goals.
After the intake appointment - within 24 hours - your therapist will summarize your current concerns/symptoms, articulate your treatment goals, and propose a recommended roadmap for treatment. If you agree with the recommended plan and feel your therapist is a good match, you can accept the roadmap and subscribe to treatment.
Treatment modules are groups of skills designed to target a specific therapy goal. Each module has a variety of skills that your therapist can personalize to effectively address your unique concerns.
Skills to help individuals develop more positive ways to think about themselves and the world.
Relaxation & Stress Management
Skills to help individuals learn to recognize and manage stress, and calm down when feeling overwhelmed.
Skills to help individuals cope with stressful situations in skillful ways.
Problem Solving & Goal Setting
Skill to help make changes in life, such as school performance, activity levels, or problem behaviors.
Skills that help improve sleep through evidence-based practices.
Communication & Relationships
Skills that help individuals improve relationships with peers, family, and teachers.
We do not currently provide the following services: psychiatric care/medication management; intensive outpatient or day treatment programs; executive function coaching; addiction services; group therapy.