Are you experiencing any of these issues?

  • Anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Depression
  • Sex/Porn Addiction
  • Betrayal Trauma
  • Block in Therapy
  • Currently in Crisis
  • Looking for a deeper sense of self
  • Grief

An intensive may be a great option for you. You do not have to be a client of the therapist facilitating. We will work with your current therapist and send a report to them after the intensive is complete, so that you can continue the work done in your weekly individual sessions with your therapist.

What is an Intensives?

Do you ever feel like after a 60- or 90-minute therapy session that it still wasn’t enough time? By the time you got to the gut of what you needed to process, it’s time to leave the session. Now you must wait a week or more just to be able to process more! If so, an Intensive can be just what you are looking for. An intensive is an opportunity to have a significant amount of time packaged together to do mental health therapy. Intensives are tailored to meet the personal needs of the client. Intensives typically start with at least 3 to 4 hours and can go up to 40 hours that can be split up into time that works for you. Hours will be arranged depending on your needs, combined with the recommendation of the therapist.

How do I get started?

Meeting one-on-one for an intake is the first step in starting your intensive experience. This intake generally takes 2 to 3 hours as a thorough history needs to be taken. Based on this intake, the number of hours can be determined, and a plan can be made for completing the intensive. This plan will include such things as: schedule, techniques being used, what to expect while in the intensive, as well as the overall cost.

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