Think of therapy as an investment in who you are as a person, rather than just a place to go and "fix your problems." Often when we are stuck and hurting we forget that what truly matters is who we are rather than what we do or what we have. When you commit the effort, time and money to your therapy, you naturally become the change you wish to see in the world.
First Session is Free
We offer a free first session. This way you can learn first hand whether our working together will be a good fit for you, no strings attached. If you would like to schedule a free first session, please call the phone number or use the email listed for the counselor on the Counselors page or intern found on the Learning Lab page.
We offer 50 minute individual psychotherapy sessions for individuals. Depending on the therapist, couples sessions last from 75 to 90 minutes. Groups tend to last 90 minutes. We initially like to see people weekly. Once healing has begun, we sometimes reduce these sessions to twice per month. We work on a case by case and do our best to schedule session times and frequencies to fit your needs.
Please check each therapist’s individual page to learn what insurances they accept. We will provide you with an invoice for each session that you may present to your insurer so that you may be reimbursed. However, the best way to determine whether you will be reimbursed for our services is to contact your insurer directly. Please note that we cannot guarantee coverage, even if you have been approved for coverage by your provider. You will be responsible for all remaining balances that are not reimbursed by your insurer. Also, please note that if we do decide to work together we will bill your insurance for the first session. This does not apply to out-of-pocket payments.
Two monks must cross the great river to reach the village on an errand for the monastery. When they approach the river, a woman is struggling to cross. One of the monks swiftly picks her up, carries her across the river, and places her on the other shore. For monks, even being in the presence of a woman is forbidden. After several miles, the other monk bursts forth “How could you do such a thing! How could you touch a woman!” Replied the other monk “I put that woman down miles ago. But you are still carrying her.”