INDIVIDUAL Coaching, Therapy & Counseling

Individual therapy, individual counseling, or individual coaching are all priceless experiences that someone can choose to do.

Making the decision to go to individual therapy, counseling, or coaching can be difficult. After Googling “individual therapy,” a bunch of random therapists’ websites come up.. or PsychologyToday. PsychologyToday is a great resource, but its SO HARD to shop for therapists based on location, gender, and cost when the therapuetic relationship is so important and intimate.

Therapists, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors.. WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN?

The individual services that I currently provide are:

Individual Therapy or Counseling

The word “therapy” can be used to describe many different styles and modes of treatment. Counseling is a much broader term that has different meanings depending on which state you’re in. The words themselves are pretty much interchangeable, however, the biggest difference when these words are in someone’s title, could be education (like a career counselor vs a marriage counselor).

While all ‘psychotherapists’ or ‘therapists’ have a Master’s Degree, not all counselors do. Therapists, or counselors, are trained to be able to detect things that a coach may not be able to, such as depressive symptoms, signs of bi-polar disorder, etc. If you or your partner have any history or mental health diagnosis, I highly encourage you to work with a couples therapist or a coach that is also a therapist (like me!). Therapy, or psychotherapy, has to be done within the same state that the therapist is licensed and can be reimbursed by some insurance companies.

Individual Coaching

Coaching is a lot more directive than therapy. However, you can take the therapist out of therapy, but you can’t take the therapy out of the therapist. I call the coaching that I do therapeutic coaching™ because its not your traditional coach-client relationship. Because of my training as a psychotherapist, I’m able to navigate with more tools and provide you with understanding, empathy, and direction. You get the education and skills of a therapist with the training of a certified relationship coach.

Now, here’s the thing. Because coaching isn’t a medically regulated field like therapy is, we can meet across state lines. This means that no matter where you live – we can work together! It also means that insurance won’t reimburse. BUT, in some cases, HSA will cover it.

The process of starting our work together looks like this:

  1. Go to this page to easily get in touch
  2. I will email you back within 24 hours
  3. We’ll set up a free phone consultation
  4. Then, we’ll decide if we’re a good fit to work together
  5. I send you the link to your client calendar and you can book based on your own schedule