If you’re a therapist seeking counseling, you face a unique set of challenges. But I probably didn’t have to tell you that, did I?
We therapists have far-reaching personal and professional circles. We refer to each other, consult with each other, supervise and mentor each other, teach each other, office with each other, and often socialize with each other. So when it comes to finding a therapist we don’t know—and one we might like to work with—it’s easier said than done.
We also need to be careful about where we’re seen and what we’re seen doing. Our reputations are paramount, and we’re acutely aware that even something as seemingly harmless as being spotted in a public waiting room can have a negative impact.
Finally, though recognizing our own limits is one of the best ways to serve our clients, as a group we have a tendency to neglect our own needs as we care for others. We can struggle with perfectionism and the impostor syndrome, and—even though we are advocates for therapy and know full well that all sorts of people need support—we can stigmatize the need to ask for help.
Of course, we therapists in particular need safe places to work on ourselves, not only to fuel our own growth, but also so that our own issues don’t contaminate—or limit the effectiveness—of our work with our clients.
For many therapists, a concierge practice like mine is the best way to overcome these obstacles to success.
I offer skill and discretion, empathy and constructive support. To protect your privacy, I travel to meet where you are comfortable. As I would with any high-profile client, I serve as your only point of contact, so you’ll never have to interface with administrative staff, risk running into other therapists, or be recognized waiting in a public office building. And you’ll never have to worry about me giving you a diagnosis or contacting your insurance company.
My hourly fee is $130-150. It’s my goal to eliminate logistical challenges, so we can focus together on the deep and important work we’ll do.
Ready to speak in person? Please call my private business line today.