Through the building of a strong therapeutic relationship, we will empower growth and change. Together we will identify the areas of your life that you wish to improve. We will collaborate with family and other professionals if that feels right to understand the full picture and develop treatment goals specific to you. Whether you struggle with anxiety or depression, we are here to help.
The client-therapist fit is one of the most important aspects of treatment. Knowing whether you have found the right therapist will be apparent early on. Your level of comfort will be considered and discussed through an ongoing and open dialogue throughout treatment. You have the right to terminate treatment at any time with your depression and anxiety therapist.
Yes, our depression and anxiety therapist is accepting new clients.
You do not have to come prepared with a list of things to talk about (unless you need or want to). While therapy is a collaborative process, it is our job, as your anxiety therapist, to manage the flow and content of the conversation.
Depending upon the presenting issue, we can typically resolve treatment goals for anxiety, depression, and strained relationships within six months to one year. Typically, the more longstanding and subconscious themes will present for clients 1-2 years into their work.
The fee for service is $150 per hour-long session unless otherwise agreed upon. We participate with some insurance programs. The initial assessment typically runs around one and a half hours. For more information about the cost of a depression and anxiety therapist, call us today!
It is your right to disengage from treatment at any time. Keeping the therapeutic relationship in mind, it is helpful to arrange a final session for anxiety or depression to explore termination of treatment and review treatment goals and progress. Should you need to cancel a session please do so within 48 hours per the Presence of Mind Therapy cancellation policy (see ‘Forms’ tab).
This practice is considered an outpatient facility and we are able to accommodate individuals who are reasonably safe and resourceful. If you have a mental health emergency for depression or anxiety or feel unsafe, please call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1 (800) 273-8255.