Your Questions Answered
How do I get the most out of my therapy?
CONSIDER SHARING YOUR THERAPY EXPECTATION
It is not uncommon to have expectations regarding what will happen in therapy. These impressions may have been shaped from movies or television, our own past experiences in therapy, or what we have heard from others regarding their experiences or opinions.
CONSIDER SHARING WHAT WORKS & DOES NOT WORK FOR YOU
We are all unique. You can help me by sharing what type or style of questions works best for you. While I have expertise and good reasons for using the interventions I use, I know that there is always room for flexibility. If you have been in therapy before and found some aspect particularly helpful, be sure to let me know.
CONSIDER SHARING WHEN A SESSION IS PARTICULARLY HELPFUL
Letting me know when you have found a session especially beneficial can be helpful to the therapy process, as a whole. This feedback will guide me in future directions and we can discuss what made a session shine in order to incorporate more of that in sessions to come.
CONSIDER SHARING YOUR CONCERNS
While you may not feel sure, I encourage you to share your reactions with me. An open discussion about any questions you may have helps me address your concerns to make appropriate adjustments.
AND FINALLY, ASK QUESTIONS
At any point in the process, please feel free to ask me questions. I am more than happy to answer and address any inquires, whether it is regarding the therapy process, treatment goals or methods, or any other questions that arise.