Personalized Intensive Therapy Programs

 
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Why choose intensive work? 

The traditional model of weekly psychotherapy is shifting to meet your needs!

Therapy intensives are personalized treatment plans that allow you to skip the waitlist by giving you faster access to select spots, and are designed to support your preferred schedule and timeline for your treatment goals.

 

Are You An ideal client for intensive work?

 

  • Perhaps you’ve had a felt sense that something profound has yet to change, but you’re not quite sure how to shift all the way into a new experience of yourself with your current therapist. Maybe you now cognitively understand new things, yet your body is still confused, so you’re curious about how intensive Somatic Psychotherapy can help as you work with your primary talk therapist.

  • Perhaps you’ve been meaning to get into weekly therapy for a while now, but your schedule has been so hectic and demanding that a weekly therapy appointment feels more overwhelming than supportive.

  • Perhaps you’re needing help —- and a lot of it—- right now, and you don’t want to spend months in the traditional weekly model of therapy treatment to feel better.

  • Perhaps, with COVID, you need more efficient support as the busy parent with kids doing virtual learning and/or the working professional who has even more on their plate since the pandemic.

  • Perhaps you are a current, weekly client who is needing extra, focused support quickly.

  • Perhaps you are a new client who just prefers to work intensively.

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the effectiveness of Somatic Psychotherapy Intensives

  • Intensive application of trauma-focused therapy seems to be well tolerated in patients with PTSD, enabling faster symptom reduction with similar, or even better, results, while reducing the risk that patients drop out prematurely. 

  • The economy is compelling: even compared to other trauma therapy, the intensive format may decrease treatment time, because of time not spent on:

    • checking in at the beginning of each session,

    • addressing current crises and concerns

    • focusing on stabilizing and coping skills that the you won’t need after trauma healing, or

    • assisting the you in regaining composure at the end of the session.