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Frequently Asked Questions
  • What should someone know about working with you?
    When working with me, you can expect personalized support tailored to your unique challenges and aspirations. Specializing in guiding high-achieving individuals ages 17 to 50 years old, I prioritize addressing issues such as anxiety, depression, struggles with focus, conflicts in relationships, and the need for confidence to pursue what comes next. Using the powerful tool of EMDR intensive therapy, I offer a transformative approach that helps you overcome obstacles, gain clarity, and unlock your full potential. Whether you're navigating competitive college programs or demanding roles in medicine, technology, corporate, or law, I'm here to provide the support and tools you need to thrive in all aspects of your life by reprocessing and releasing traumatic events, negative cognitions, and self-defeating behaviors rooted in your past or Identity-Based Trauma ©.
  • What is EMDR intensive therapy like?
    EMDR intensives offer high achievers a transformative experience, empowering them to overcome obstacles, optimize their performance, and lead fulfilling lives aligned with their goals and aspirations. Whether you're striving for career advancement, personal growth, or improved overall well-being, EMDR intensives can provide the targeted support and accelerated progress you need to thrive in all aspects of your life by working in blocks of 6-7 hours of intensive treatment per day. EMDR intensives can significantly benefit high achievers by providing a concentrated and efficient pathway to address their unique challenges and unlock their full potential. For instance, if you're a high achiever facing overwhelming stress from a demanding job or academic pursuits, EMDR intensives can equip you with effective coping strategies to manage stress, enhance focus, and maintain peak performance. Moreover, suppose you're grappling with issues like imposter syndrome or self-doubt. In that case, EMDR intensives can help you overcome these barriers, boost confidence, and cultivate a resilient mindset essential for success in competitive environments. Furthermore, suppose you're a high achiever experiencing burnout or struggling to balance professional success with personal well-being. In that case, EMDR intensives can facilitate deep healing and restoration, enabling you to regain balance, replenish energy, and sustain long-term fulfillment. Additionally, suppose you're navigating complex interpersonal dynamics or facing conflicts in relationships. In that case, EMDR intensives can provide insights and tools to improve communication, resolve disputes, and foster healthier connections both personally and professionally.
  • Why do clients decide to invest in an EMDR Intensive & how do I know if it is right for me?
    Clients have many different motivations for investing in EMDR Intensive therapy. One of the main ones is the desire to start living life to the fullest NOW. EMDR Intensives allow for remarkable results in a shorter period of time allowing clients to concentrate and fully enjoy the things that matter. Some clients may be going through a major life transition or have ongoing concerns about traumatic things that happened in the past. Some clients need assistance managing a range of issues such as low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, spiritual conflicts and creative blocks. EMDR Intensive Therapy can help provide some much-needed relief and an upgraded sense of peace to navigate their lives. Clients that invest in EMDR Intensives deeply understand that their time and healing are really valuable.
  • How can EMDR intensive therapy help me?
    EMDR intensives offer a myriad of benefits tailored to high achievers, encompassing support, problem-solving skills, and enhanced coping strategies for a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship troubles, grief, stress management, body image issues, and creative blocks. Through participating in therapy, high achievers can expect to achieve a deeper understanding of themselves, their goals, and their values, enabling them to align their actions with their aspirations more effectively. Moreover, EMDR Intensive therapy equips individuals with skills to enhance their relationships, resolve underlying issues or concerns, and develop healthier communication patterns. Moreover, high achievers engaging in EMDR intensives may discover innovative approaches to problem-solving within their family dynamics or friendships, fostering greater harmony and understanding. In essence, EMDR intensives offer high achievers a comprehensive toolkit for personal development, enabling them to overcome obstacles, enhance relationships, and achieve their full potential.
  • How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
    My core values of growth, balance, and authenticity deeply influence my approach to therapy. Through my EMDR intensive therapy, I offer a safe and supportive space for clients to explore their current realities and uncover areas for growth and change. By harnessing the principles of EMDR therapy, we work together to process past traumas, negative beliefs, and self-limiting patterns. This process paves the way for profound healing and personal development, equipping clients with practical tools and strategies to create the changes they desire and lead more fulfilling lives aligned with their authentic selves.
  • Does what we talk about in therapy remain confidential?
    Confidentiality is one of the essential components of a client and therapy. Successful therapy requires a high degree of trust with highly sensitive subject matter that is usually not discussed anywhere but the therapist’s office. We will provide a written copy of our confidential disclosure agreement, and you can expect that what you present in session will not be shared with anyone. This agreement is called “Informed Consent.” However, state law and professional ethics require therapist to maintain confidentiality except for the following situations: ​Suspected past or present abuse or neglect of children, adults, and elders to the authorities, including Child Protection and law enforcement, based on information provided by the client or collateral sources. If the therapist has reason to suspect the client is seriously in danger of harming him/herself or has threatened to harm another person.
  • Is EMDR intensive therapy covered by my insurance?
    EMDR intensive therapy is not covered by insurance.
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