Does therapy really work?
This is a difficult question to answer because there are many factors influencing the efficacy of psychotherapeutic services and some of those factors are out of our control or your control. Some people find talking to a therapist who can offer unbiased support to be helpful in itself. Other clients learn more effective ways to manage their feelings, improve their communication or social skills, reduce or stop destructive patterns/behaviors. You can discuss what you hope to gain from therapy with your clinician to see if your goals are likely to be effectively treated with therapy.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long will I be in therapy?
The length of treatment depends on a variety of factors, however your progress will be reviewed with your clinician frequently. You can elect to end therapy at any time, just let your therapist know.
How much do sessions cost?
Session price varies depending on clinician. Clinicians set a rate for the services based on their experience and training. Group sessions fees vary and length of session is usually 60-90 minutes. Call for more specific information regarding price.