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-Dr. Michelle Sullivan
Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (IMH18410)
CURRENTLY NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
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1 Hour Sessions - $120
College Student Counseling
1 Hour Sessions - $65
Couples or Family Counseling
1 Hour Sessions - $150
Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) Session
1.5 Hour Sessions - $150
*Sliding scale available upon request and proof of financial need.*
A Rogerian humanistic therapeutic approach where the client is an expert on themselves. The counselor recognizes that the person has the potential for change, and provides them with unconditional positive regard and empathy to provide a supportive environment in which they can grow and change for themselves.
This approach is tailored to client's individual needs, combining exposures to thoughts, images, objects, and situations that make the client anxious while helping to break the neural patterns that associate them with compulsions. As an evidence based therapy, this approach is effective in helping individuals living with OCD, phobias and anxiety to experience relief.
An approach to therapy that focuses on the understanding that there are unconscious processes that manifest in the client's behavior, and takes a holistic perspective of the client’s life experience. The counselor interprets the mental and emotional processes that are occurring for the client rather than focusing on the behaviors while supporting the client in identifying patterns in their emotions, thoughts, and beliefs to gain insight.
A therapy based upon cultural assessment and philosophy that understands that individuals act from varied social contexts and world-views. The counselor holds the understanding that culturally (and also racially) diverse clients view the world through different lenses from each other and that the difficulties being faced are different for each person due to experiencing them from the unique perspective of that person's culture.
Feminist therapy focuses on the role that gender plays and the very specific challenges that people face in the world resulting from bias, oppression, power and control, discrimination, and other factors that affect their mental health. It was created primarily for women but has evolved to include people of all ages and gender expressions and identities who want to explore the role that gender lays in their lives and relationships.
Q: Do we accept Insurance?
A: At this time only certain providers accept Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, Oscar Health, and Oxford Health. For more information, please inquire at email@example.com.
Q: Do you offer a sliding scale?
A: Yes, a sliding scale is available upon with proof of financial need.
Q: What is a sliding scale?
A: A sliding scale fee structure can help people get treatment without breaking the bank. With a sliding scale, a therapist will offer different pricing based on a person’s income level.
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