What is Therapy?
Talk therapy or psychotherapy is a way to help people with a variety of mental health challenges and emotional difficulties.
Therapy can help with eliminating or controlling triggering and troubling symptoms or behaviors so that a person can function at their highest capacity of mental and emotional wellness. Who is it for? Anyone willing to invite the challenge of hard work, internal reflection, and discomfort as you heal and become more whole in your mental and emotional wellness goals .
Therapy is conducted over a span of multiple sessions that range from 45 - 60 minutes. Session frequency depends on the care plan set and agreed upon by the licensed practitioner and client.
Barter - $125/session.
Therapists and their Approach
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is involved?
A mentally stable person with a specific problem seeking help finding a solution
What is the goal?
Alleviate pain and disorder, resolve inner conflicts, and promote growth and integration
What is the process?
Talking; analysis; often learn “through” relating with the counselor
How does it work?
Get “under” the issues; teach or model techniques; problem solving, challenging
What do we talk about?
Relationships; life experience related to areas of pain, shame, and guilt; discover places for healing
How do I know how it's going?
Developmental comparison to others in similar stages; increase in personal freedom, independence
*from Christine Luna Munger - Spiritual Direction Certificate Coordinator Saint Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA - see here