Feeling stuck, like everyone else is where they’re “supposed” to be, but you’re lagging behind?
News flash: you’re not stuck. It’s all an illusion. When your parents were growing up, the world was a different place. The internet didn’t exist. Gossip was done over a fence instead of through a computer.
You’re living in a time where things have changed. There’s no “landing” now, no clear path to follow that will take you through the rest of your life.
There has been an intense shift and your consciousness needs to catch up. That’s all. That’s why you’re here, now. You need someone to help you redefine what success means and how you can feel better about your own path.
The right therapist can help you untangle these feelings, feel more at peace, and actually thrive.
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What to Expect
If you’ve never been to therapy before, it might seem kind of scary and uncertain. You might be thinking things like:
Is the doctor going to judge me?
Will everyone know I’m going to therapy?
Does going to therapy mean I’m crazy?
What if I can’t get better?
How long before I start feeling like myself again?
Asking questions like these, questioning things, is a great place to start. Maybe you’re feeling anxious and worried, maybe even depressed. Your feelings don’t have to define who you are. You can get better, and we can help.
The first thing that will happen is an initial consultation over the phone. You’ll speak with an experienced Practice Manager who will be able to pair you up with the counselor they think would be a good fit for you. Then they’ll schedule an initial consultation.
You’ll have the chance to speak with the therapist briefly over the phone before scheduling your first office visit.
Course of Treatment
After your initial consultation your therapist will have a better idea of how they can help you. They’ll map out how they expect your sessions to go, how frequently they think they need to happen, and how long they will need to meet with you. This is the course of treatment.
Over the following weeks you’ll meet with your therapist to continue the course of treatment. During that time they will be marking your progress and making changes to the treatment accordingly.
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Frequently Asked Questions
No, we do not bill insurance at this time. What we can do for you is keep track of your office visits and provide you with a superbill once a month for you to submit to your insurance for reimbursement. Because we don’t take insurance, we are considered an out-of-network provider.
Think of a superbill like a receipt. It shows all the times you paid for an office visit, gives a code for diagnosis and treatments that insurance companies require, so that you can submit it to your insurance company for reimbursement. Your plan dictates how much your insurance company is willing to cover for mental health treatment and
You can pay with check, credit card, or cash.
Yes, absolutely. California laws states that your relationship with your therapist is sacred and cannot be violated. There are a couple of exceptions to this rule, like if your therapist believes you are in danger of harming yourself or someone else, but otherwise that confidence won’t be broken, not to a spouse, parents, children, or employer.
While every therapist is different and has their own style of working with clients, you can expect that a therapy session might involve talking, movement, visualizations, breathing exercises, and humor.
Initial consultations must be scheduled through our Practice Manager. However, once you’ve been successfully matched up with a therapist, you will schedule your sessions directly with him or her.