Feeling like you’ve tried everything to feel better and nothing seems to work? We know it can feel hopeless or like no one will be able to understand how to help. If you’ve been feeling like you can't move forward with your life or like you’re missing out on a support system around you, time spent in individual therapy can help get you where you want to be. Having an individual therapist can help you overcome life’s obstacles – from anxiety to trauma, depression, or grief and beyond. They can also provide you with the extra support and understanding that you need to feel more capable of the change you’re looking for.
What does individual therapy look like? You and your therapist will meet for 50 minutes, usually once a week, and work to identify your biggest obstacles, leave space to process those obstacles, set goals, and strive toward those goals in a safe and encouraging environment.
Where is this offered? In person and via telehealth.
Whether you're married, considering marriage, separated, or dating, couples therapy can be incredibly beneficial. There's no denying that sharing an intimate relationship with another person is simply hard work. Our closest relationships take courage, commitment, and the ability to work through challenges smoothly. We're here to help you with that.
What does couples therapy look like? You and your therapist will typically meet once a week for 60 minutes. Couples therapy can give rise to seeing concrete change, reaching your goals as a couple, or simply strengthening the relationship to help stand the test of time.
Where is this offered? In person and via telehealth.
If you feel like:
1) you’ve tried talk therapy enough times and like no change is happening
2) you’ve experienced significant trauma and don’t feel comfortable or able to talk about it in detail at the moment
EMDR might be for you.
EMDR, unlike standard talk therapy, doesn’t require detailed discussion about the issue causing distress, nor does it require homework being done between sessions. Instead, EMDR treatment focuses on allowing the brain to make a return to its natural healing process. The goal of EMDR is to process and resolve unresolved traumatic memories for people.
What does an EMDR session look like? EMDR treatment is most effective when it occurs weekly at a 50-minute session. Where is this offered? In person only Interested in hearing more? We've have two EMDR-certified therapists on the ForbesIFT team that are trained and ready to help you resolve the past traumas currently affecting you and getting in the way of enjoying your daily life.
Connect with Katie Scott or Rachel Mitchell to learn more about how EMDR can look for you. In person and via telehealth.
Family conflict - it can happen after a range of life events. Divorce, job loss, infidelity, school issues, and any big life changes all result in their own unique challenges. Not to mention, every family shows up with their own dynamics and patterns that are unique to their specific family and the members that make up that family. Nothing is “set in stone,” even though we know it can feel like it, especially within our family unit. With all of the different dynamics and patterns present within family life, sometimes what's needed is an independent, unbiased observer to help bring clarity and focus to the underlying causes of the conflict itself.
We're here to assist you and your family with this - serving as that independent, unbiased observer, with the ability to balance multiple people’s perspectives while analyzing the overarching patterns that affect the family as a whole.
What does a family session look like? Your family and your therapist will typically meet all together once a week for 60 minutes. Where is this offered? In person or telehealth.
Between school difficulties, bullying, developmental or behavioral issues, sibling problems and so much more, children and adolescents are faced with a unique set of struggles. We understand that as their parents and caregivers, it can be so painful to watch them go through these struggles without knowing exactly how to help them! Working with a therapist skilled in communicating with children/adolescents, who can help them get in touch with their voice and work through their deepest issues, can be profound and truly make the difference.
What does child/adolescent therapy look like? We offer therapy to assist parents in the care of their children/adolescents (7-17 years of age), usually consisting of a 30-50 minute session once a week. While this looks different with each child and their recommended care, parent involvement is always top-of-mind and can be discussed with the therapist during the consultation call or intake session.
Where is this offered? In person or via telehealth
Sessions with an AMFT range in price from $100 to $150 per session depending on the therapist selected and service provided. All therapists may choose to arrange for a sliding scale with clients at their discretion.
Sessions with an LMFT range in price from $150 to $225 per session depending on the therapist selected and service provided. All therapists may choose to arrange for a sliding scale with clients at their discretion.
We do not accept insurance and can provide a superbill upon request.