Therapy is considered an investment in one's own life and well-being. Individuals seek therapeutic guidance for a myriad of motivations, spanning various life stages. Within our practice, each therapist is dedicated to customizing therapy sessions to align with your specific concerns, and both your short-term and long-term objectives. Therapy is not a "one size fits all approach", and what may work for some will not always work for others, so we take the utmost care in developing our interventions around the specific alliance we build with you in session. The overarching objective of our therapeutic process is to enhance the quality of your life, facilitate the discovery of meaning and fulfillment across one or many life domains, and nurture a harmonious state of emotional and mental well-being. Check out more info on the benefits to therapy here!
The top priority for any first session is to begin building a therapeutic relationship. Typically, your therapist would like to spend the first session getting to know you, making sure you are informed about the therapeutic process, confidentiality and its limits, fee structure, and general guidelines while also answering any questions you may have. We do encourage new clients to to meet with their therapist for at least 3-4 sessions to establish a solid introductory relationship, and to assess the quality of the therapeutic match should they choose to receive services after their free consultation call.
No, we are out of network and with some good reasons. We do not prefer for therapy to be term-limited and we believe your privacy must be preserved to the best of our ability, since insurance companies require communication regarding your treatment. Also, a mental health diagnosis is not required outside of utilizing insurance. We believe all of these factors are important for choosing private pay over insurance.
Yes! At this time We are a fully virtual practice that offers services to individuals and couples who reside in Texas.
An LPC-Associate is a trained and licensed mental health professional. An LPC Associate holds at least a master’s degree, has taken and passed a national board exam, and is currently working towards obtaining the required hours to become independently licensed, similar to a resident physician. LPC Associates are required to attend supervision at least 4 hours a month where they engage in case consultation and discussion regarding the clinical and professional development with an LPC Supervisor approved by the Texas State licensing board.