You will be contacted by our intake therapist within 4 working days
During this short call, our intake therapist will gather basic details from you and provide an overview of the therapy process. They will also address any questions you may have about the therapeutic process.
questions that you might have about the therapist process. The call also gives you the space to ask any questions that you might have about the therapy process.
In the next step, the therapist will reach out to you directly to a
Few questions you can ask your therapist:
1) Have you worked with (your concern, ex: trauma) before?
2) What therapeutic approach do you use?
3) Could you please explain that approach to me?
4) Could you please explain what a sliding scale is and how would you determine my fee?
Please feel free to ask any other questions you might have.
The number of therapy sessions depends on the complexity of your concerns, the commitment you show, and the rate at which you progress. It is essential to understand that therapy is not a quick and magical fix to problems. Few might benefit from a few sessions, whereas others find it helpful to stay in therapy for months or years. If you have long-lasting and complex concerns, spending a considerable amount of time in therapy can be extremely beneficial.
During the first few sessions, the therapist might be able to suggest a rough number of sessions needed to gain long-term benefits.
Please feel free to talk to your therapist if you have any further questions regarding the length of therapy.
The first few therapy sessions (usually 1-2) are spent understanding your concerns better. This might involve gathering information about your current concerns, relationships, childhood, lifestyle, and so on.
Healing often begins from the first session itself as the therapist joins you in lifting the weight of your emotions thus making you feel less alone emotionally.
We take confidentiality very seriously. The information you provide to us through this website is well protected and seen only by one admin staff member who is highly trained around confidentiality matters. This information is then allocated to your therapist. Any information you provide to the therapist remains between you, your therapist, and your therapist’s supervisor. Confidentiality is only breached when you are in a life-threatening situation.