My Approach to Helping
My ideal client is someone who is ready for new results to show up in their lives. I am passionate about people being able to have what they really want in life, and I am committed to people seeing their greatness. The most successful couples I work with have struggled with infidelity, considered divorce, or had lost the fireworks in their marriage. The most successful individuals I work with have struggled with anxiety, addiction, intimacy issues, death/loss, or finding a purpose in life. All of my clients who succeed are open to exploring new ideas and hungry for change.
My specialties include guiding couples to work through conflict, pending separation, infidelity, intimacy issues, and co-parenting after divorce. I specialize in addiction treatment including family empowerment before/after loved ones go to rehab. I enjoy working with people wrestling with anxiety, bereavement, ADHD, sexual orientation issues, and spiritual disconnection.
I am a relationship expert who has been specifically trained to address couples/marital problems including divorce, infidelity, and conflict resolution. I also specialize in addiction treatment and offer family therapy as a part of this. I facilitate interventions with addicts/families. I offer FREE CONSULTATIONS and evening/weekend appointments.
More Info About My Practice
Life Recreated specializes in empowering individuals, connecting couples, and strengthening families through therapy, coaching, and consultation. A love for people, and a belief in humanity, is at the core of our engaging others, and while creating outcomes is our focus, our services are designed to be enjoyable, memorable, and rewarding. Our commitment is to create a space for people to feel accepted and heard, while also challenging them to see and reach for their own greatness. As relationship experts we use the latest research advancements to guide individuals, couples, and families through the obstacles of life including heartache, disconnection, and addiction.
We accept Primary Physicians Care insurance at this time, and we are considered out of network with most other insurance companies. Having had extensive experience with insurance companies in the past, we encourage our clients to advocate for themselves in receiving the maximum amount possible in reimbursement from their insurance provider.
If you are on the fence about whether or not therapy may be right for you, please contact me to discuss a free consultation.
What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist
I love being a therapist as it gives me the opportunity to contribute to the lives of others in a powerful way. Being a therapist makes me be accountable to my clients, my family, and my community; in being accountable to others I find that I have a consistent focus on having integrity, and this leads to a thriving existence. In being a therapist I have endless opportunities to learn and grow as each person coming in my door has a struggle which is unique to them yet common to everyone; these unique situations create space for all parties involved in therapy to gain new insight into how their world works. As a therapist I have a chance to be a stand for the greatness of others, and I have experienced nothing more exciting and life expanding than being present to someone's step into an extraordinary life. At the end of my day my jobs creates more energy, more peace, and more creativity. For me everyday gets to be Friday if I am willing to create that for myself and others. The people who come into the therapy room with me are inspiring, and I find that I always seem to have a caseload full of individuals who keep me on my toes, challenge me, and remind me of how precious life is. Even for the people experiencing extreme amounts of despair give me the chance to run into the truth that in misery we find willingness to make decisions that can create a whole new world for ourselves.
The Duration and Frequency of Therapy
Almost every client coming in asks the above question, and I am always excited when they do. I have found that there is not a definite period of time in which someone can expect to be in the therapy process as people have unique issues and varying degrees of motivation (and resources). As a therapist I am determined to work myself out of a job with each and every client coming in my door, as the success of my client's in reaching their goals is my success as well. Most of the struggles that bring people into therapy have developed over time, and the therapy process can take weeks or months to help get clients to the place they want to be in life. In my practice I am very concerned about the effectiveness of therapy and the outcomes of each of my clients; in using a progress tracking system my clients and I get the opportunity to visualize session after session the progress that they make. There is research that suggests that people get the most significant benefits of therapy between sessions 1 and 9, and that people can continue to make gains for as long as they attend treatment. The tracking system we use is reviewed at each session, and we print out a graph usually before the 9th session for clients to see the progress they have made. If my clients are not making the progress that we want, we make decisions together to adjust our strategies or to seek assistance from another source. I have an ethical obligation to only see clients for as long as they are benefiting