Intensive Therapy

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
  • Communication Issues

An intensive may be a great option for you. You do not have to be a client of the therapist facilitating. I 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.

Why Intensive therapy sessions over Traditional therapy sessions?

Do you ever get tired of feeling like there is not enough time when you are done with your session? Are you a couple that feels like the time you sit down in your session, it’s time to get up to leave? In both cases you can sometimes feel defeated that things will never get better. The healing process is hard. Intensives are done in a 8-week format. Meeting one day a week for 3-4 hours a day depending on the tier one selects. If coming from out of town sessions are done in a 4 to 6 day format.

Benefits of Intensives

  • 3 to 4 hours a day in session
  • Individual or Couple Focus ( not done in a group format)
  • Safe place
  • Intensive plan set specifically for your needs
  • More than just talk therapy


  • Tier one includes 3- 4 hours per week.
  • Tier two includes 3-4 hours per week with Yoga Release to end each session.
  • Tier Three includes 3-4 hours per week with Yoga Release and two 90 minute bonus check in sessions. (Bonus sessions will be schedule and completed before the 60 day mark of completion of your intensive.)

When you are done with your intensive you will leave with foundational tools that will enhance the rest of your healing journey, move blocks that have hindered your process, and gain understanding of what happened to you and how it now shows up in your behavioral patterns.

What an Intensive is not?

This is not a cure for all. Intensives aren’t for every client and that’s ok. Intensive therapy is a supplement to the healing journey. This also isn’t for people who aren’t ready to work. Somethings are better opened in a slower pace and then after you reach a comfortable level, then reconsider an intensive to be part of taking your journey to the next level.

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 1 to 2 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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