It’s been over a hundred years since the brilliant Dr. Freud invented a new kind of conversation. and we’ve learned an enormous amount since then about what actually makes therapy work. Taking notes and saying, “Mmhmm,” it turns out, is not usually what a client needs.
Thousands of research studies later, it turns out that your therapy will probably get the best results when the therapist talks like a regular person and focuses – not on theory, or what’s “wrong” with you – but on what you want to change, and how to leverage your strengths. The data is clear, too, that your therapy needs to fit you.
We love what we do. We’ve devoted our lives to being the best at it we possibly can be. We’ve trained for decades,we’ve all had our own therapy,and we continue to work ceaselessly, as a team, to hone our craft.