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How long does therapy usually last?

Everyone’s circumstances are unique to their situation, and individuals come to therapy with different goals and needs. While it is not possible to answer how long your therapy will last, many people can benefit from relatively short-term treatment of between ten to twelve sessions. The length of your therapy journey can depend on your goals, your motivation, your commitment, and the factors that are driving you to seek therapy in the first place.


What are therapy sessions like?

Because each person has different issues and goals for therapy, sessions will be different depending on the individual. In general, you can expect to discuss the current events happening in your life, as well as your personal history relevant to your issue. 


Your first two sessions will be focused on an assessment. Your therapist will want to learn about you, your family history, relationship history, and the issue that you want to focus on in therapy. They will ask relevant questions and give you space to share your story. Taking the time to understand your situation allows us to serve you in the best way we can.

Your therapist also psychoeducation to provide you some knowledge about root of your challenges and skills to cope with them. It is important to understand that you will get more results from therapy if you actively participate in the process. The ultimate purpose of therapy is to help you bring what you learn in the session back into your life, helping you deal with difficulties and reach your desired level of personal development.

What type of therapy do you offer? 

We provide individual therapy and couples therapy in Bucks County. We also offer brainspotting to process trauma.


Do you take insurance?

Unfortunately, we do not accept any insurance. 

How much do sessions cost?
Our fee for a one hour session is $175, 90 minute session is $250. We accept cash, Venmo, HSA/FSA, and all major credit cards. Payment is expected at the time of appointment.

Should I take medication or go to psychotherapy?

It is well established that psychotherapy is a long-term solution to mental and emotional problems. While medication treats the symptoms, it alone cannot address the pain, solve problems, and improve your quality of life. Instead of simply treating the symptoms, therapy addresses the root of our distress and the behavior patterns that curb our progress. Medication can be effective, and in some cases, a combination of medication and therapy is the right course of action.

How often should I attend therapy sessions?

The frequency of therapy sessions depends on various factors such as the nature of the issues you're dealing with, your personal preferences, and your therapist's recommendation. Typically, therapy sessions can range from once a week to once every two weeks. Some individuals may benefit from more frequent sessions, especially during times of crisis or intense distress.

If you have a busy schedule and can't commit to weekly sessions, you can also reach out and ask for more information about intensive therapy sessions.

Is what I say in therapy confidential?

Yes, all client-therapist conversations are kept strictly confidential. Your information remains private unless you provide written consent for its disclosure. However, there are a few exceptions to confidentiality, such as in cases of child or elder abuse, or if there is a significant risk of harm to yourself or others, where legal obligations may require us to communicate with relevant parties.

What is your cancellation policy?

We require 24-hours notice to cancel or reschedule your appointment without any fee. We charge no show fee / late cancellation fee.


How can I make an appointment?

If you would like to schedule an appointment, you can request an appointment to book your first appointment. We offer in-person therapy sessions in Morrisville, PA. It is very close to Yardley, Newtown, Bensalem, and Levittown. We can offer in person therapy sessions and/or online coaching to out-of-state residents. 

How does online therapy work?

We provide online therapy through a secure video conferencing platform and utilize the Simple Practice telehealth for HIPPA compliant video sessions. For online sessions, please make sure that you have a reliable internet connection, as well as a comfortable, safe space for you to talk- preferably one where you won't be easily distracted.




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