“How does the therapy process work?”

Generally speaking, therapy is a collaborative partnership where we feel heard, understood and validated for our concerns. . .

It’s a place where we can safely explore the problematic ways that we think, feel, or relate to others. . .

And it’s an opportunity to learn how to overcome the barriers that might otherwise block us from our goals. . .


“What should I expect from my therapist?”

One of the most important elements of a successful therapy is the relationship between a therapist & client. In other words--ensuring a good match.

A person seeking services should feel confident that their therapist is someone who they can trust, someone who they can rely on, and someone who they can believe in.   If a person’s needs fall outside of my areas of expertise, I can gladly suggest a clinician who may better meet their concerns. . .


“What will you ask?”

In our first meeting, there’s several types of questions that I might ask you to better understand the nature of your concerns. For example:

  1. “What are some of the difficulties that you’ve been experiencing?”

  2. “What was it that motivated you to seek help for these concerns?”

  3. “What are some of the changes that you envision for yourself moving forward?”

  4. “How would you know when the therapy process would no longer be necessary?”

You’ll find that my style of gathering information is easy-going and relaxed, and that I allow people’s stories to unfold at a pace that’s comfortable for them.

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Licensed Psychologist

Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor

10 S. Clinton St, suite 208

Doylestown PA, 18901

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Licensed Psychologist
Certified Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor

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