Revive Counseling LLC

Cost Investment

Therapy as an Investment

Counseling

55 min. Individual Therapy
$ 150
  • Personalized Individual Therapy
Popular

Saturday Morning Appointments

$ 200
  • Saturday Counseling Sessions (Call for availability)

EMDR

60 min. EMDR Consultation
for Therapists
$ 70
  • EMDR Consultation

Group EMDR

60 min. EMDR Consult (4 or more) for Therapists
$ 50
  • EMDR Consultation
  •  An initial meet and greet is 15 minutes and FREE. I am an out-of-network provider which means I do not accept insurance. I can provide a superbill for clients who wish to request out-of-network reimbursement from their insurance company.
  • All sliding scale spots are currently full.

Viewing counseling as an investment is a valid perspective, and can be helpful in framing the decision to seek therapy.  Here’s why:

Returns on your investment:
  • Mental and emotional well-being: Counseling can address various challenges like anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma, and more. By tackling these issues, you invest in your mental and emotional health, leading to improved quality of life, overall happiness, and better relationships.
  • Life skills and coping mechanisms: Therapy equips you with valuable tools and strategies to manage difficult emotions, navigate stressful situations, and communicate effectively. These skills empower you to handle future challenges independently, improving your resilience and sense of control.
  • Increased productivity and performance: Untreated mental health concerns can affect work, studies, and daily functioning. Through counseling, you can address root causes and develop coping mechanisms, leading to better focus, increased productivity, and improved performance in various areas of life.
  • Improved physical health: Research suggests a link between mental health and physical health. Addressing mental health concerns can positively impact your physical well-being, potentially reducing stress-related health issues and improving overall health outcomes.
Long-term benefits:
  • Investing in your future: The skills and well-being gained through therapy can have lasting positive impacts on your personal and professional life, affecting your future relationships, career trajectory, and overall happiness.
  • Breaking negative cycles: By addressing underlying issues, counseling can help break unhealthy patterns of behavior and thinking, preventing future problems and promoting sustained positive change.
  • Prevention and early intervention: Addressing concerns early on can prevent them from escalating and becoming more challenging to manage later, potentially saving time and resources in the long run.
Considering the costs:

While therapy comes with financial costs, it’s crucial to weigh them against the potential benefits outlined above. Remember, investing in your mental health is an investment in your overall well-being, potentially leading to improved quality of life and positive long-term impacts.

Making the decision:

Ultimately, deciding whether counseling is an “investment” for you is a personal choice. Consider your specific needs, resources, and desired outcomes. Talking to a therapist can help you understand the potential benefits and costs in more detail and determine if it’s the right choice for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is online therapy as effective as in-person therapy?

Online therapy has emerged as a powerful alternative to traditional in-person sessions, and research suggests it can be just as effective for many individuals. Studies show positive outcomes for online therapy in treating a wide range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, and even more serious conditions like PTSD. The key advantage lies in its accessibility: it eliminates geographical barriers and offers flexibility regarding scheduling and privacy.

Do you accept insurance?

In the best interest of my clients' treatment process, I do not currently accept insurance, however some clients may be able to obtain reimbursement for part of their treatment costs. I am happy to give you more information about this so you can decide what's best for you. Please contact me for more information.

How can therapy help overcome traumas and emotional problems?

Traumas and emotional problems can cast a long shadow, impacting your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Therapy offers a compassionate hand to break through these shadows. Imagine a safe, confidential space where you can discuss your struggles openly and honestly, free from judgment. This is the foundation therapy provides, allowing you to explore difficult emotions and memories related to trauma in a healthy way.

Beyond simply talking, therapy empowers you with concrete tools and strategies. Your therapist can help you understand how past experiences shape your present, offering techniques like EMDR to process trauma and move forward. Additionally, you'll learn healthy coping mechanisms for managing difficult emotions like anxiety, depression, and anger. This equips you to tackle challenges head-on, fostering resilience and a sense of control over your life. Remember, therapy is a journey, not a destination. With ongoing support and guidance, you can heal, build stronger relationships, and ultimately, overcome the obstacles that stand in your way. So, if you're struggling, know that help is available and you don't have to face these challenges alone.

What is the Ideal therapy session length and frequency?

Unfortunately, there's no "ideal" therapy length or frequency that fits everyone. It depends on various factors like the specific issue, severity, individual progress, and personal goals. Typically, therapy starts weekly and adjusts based on needs. Short-term therapy (10-20 sessions) might address specific issues. Complex challenges or deep-seated issues may require longer-term therapy (months or even years).

What types of therapy do you do?

Person-Centered, EMDR, Expressive Arts, Grief therapies. I meet you where you are, and what you want out of your personal goals. I think of these modalities like ingredients, and each individual receives their personal entree.

Why Out of Network?

I am an out of network provider (OONP). Doing this allows me to provide quality care and specialties for you. My rates are carefully chosen to maintain certifications, continue education for up to date services of care, reduce burn-out, maintain overhead costs, and access fair living wages.

How long does a therapy session last?

Typically, each session is a 55-minute duration.

How long will I be in therapy?

Therapy is an investment. Most importantly, an investment in yourself. Variables that impact duration of services is based on severity of symptoms, goals, and motivation levels.

Why the name "Revive"?

Revive was created with healing in mind. When we experience trauma we can feel disconnected from ourselves and our world. My hope is to provide guidance, tools, and support in order for you to feel safe and restored.