2002 analysis of hundreds of studies suggests that it is the therapeutic relationship that matters most in positive therapy outcomes. To better assess if we may be a good fit for you or your family review this list of what our ideal client looks like.

    • Our ideal client appreciates competent assessment and a direct method of engagement. We don’t mince words; after a good assessment, we give direct recommendations and help ensure you can apply, track and measure your improvement.


    • Our ideal client values relationship, integrity, and effective results.


    • Our ideal client understands that 80% of the work takes place outside of the therapy session. They understand if they invest in the process they will own the results.


    • Our ideal client agrees to test, challenge and engage in the dynamic process of change.


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