No strings attached. See if Mindful Solutions is right for you. We talk about your next steps and/or referrals to get you the best help.
Sliding Scale options - This is based on a financial evaluation and there is currently a waitlist
Contact me for information regarding sliding scale options.
Therapy is an investment in yourself. Reach out to me for a free consultation and we can review your financial situation and possibly explore options on a sliding scale basis.
Individual Therapy Session
Individual therapy consists of 50 minute sessions. This will be time for you to focus on yourself. Some forms of therapy offered are Cognitive Processing Therapy (Trauma therapy), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and self- compassion/mindfulness based talk therapy.
$700 12 week group total
$100 aftercare appointments (optional)
We work together to help you and your partner gain insight into your relationship, resolve conflict, and improve relationship satisfaction utilizing a variety of therapeutic interventions. Couple's therapy can be applied to situations outside of romantic relationships as well!
$125 per session
Premarital Counseling is set for 10 sessions to start. More can be added, if needed. Within the ten sessions, topics like communication, finances, roles/responsibilities, giving and received love will be covered. It is all designed and tailored specifically to help set your marriage up for success.
Emotional Support Animal Therapy
$150 per session (minimum or four sessions) - not eligible for sliding scale
Are you needing support through the use of an emotional support animal? We work together through evaluation to see if an emotional support animal is appropriate, explore alternative tools and resources, as well as discuss what an emotional support animal can realistically provide you.
Cognitive Processing Therapy
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a cognitive-behavioral therapeutic approach primarily employed to treat post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It involves educating individuals about common reactions to trauma, helping them identify and challenge negative thoughts, teaching coping skills, and guiding them through a structured process to reprocess traumatic events.