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PSYCHOTHERAPY PROCESS

 
Ariel will guide you, give you insight, and support you.

Ariel will guide you, give you insight, and support you.

What does the process look like?

Most of my patients follow the following sequence of sessions: Meet and Greet (Free and No-Obligation), Intake session (beginning), Follow-up weekly sessions (middle), and a review session (end).

BEGINNING

GOALS

The process starts with a first meeting where we start building a relationship while defining or identifying your goals.

SAFETY

My interventions are meant to make you feel comfortable, protected and safe during this session and the ones that might follow.

PLAN

My imagination and ability to perceive patterns, and my training in a variety of modalities, will help you define and implement a plan. The plan will catalyze your process and help you advance your goals.

Then we start follow-up sessions at weekly or bi-weekly intervals.

MIDDLE

YOUR CONTRIBUTION

Sessions take many shapes. In general, you contribute by bringing your concerns, which sets the pace for the process.

MY COLLABORATION

I collaborate with feed-back on the patterns I see, on modes of doing things that might not be helping you, or insights into the situation.

YOUR TAKE-AWAY

I usually make sure you take away something helpful to advance your goals from each session.

THINGS MAY COME UP

It is possible that, once the concern that brought you to see me is resolved, a new concern might come to your attention.

Eventually, you will reach your goals.

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END

REVIEW

Once you reach your goals, we will review the process, to take account of the skills you have developed, the changes you have made, and the strategies you successfully employed.

Then you are done.

CHECK-INS

It is not unusual for patients, in certain circumstances, to want to come back for a refresher at chosen intervals.

I AM STILL HERE

I stand by my clients, so you are invited to schedule sessions for refreshers, check-ins, or just keeping in touch.



 

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“The Heart is a wild dancer.”

— Anam Thubten Rinpoche