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Therapy

Therapy

Philosophy


“At the still point of the turning world. Neither flesh nor fleshless;
Neither from nor towards; at the still point, there the dance is,
But neither arrest nor movement. And do not call it fixity,
Where past and future are gathered.
Neither movement from nor towards, Neither ascent nor decline.
Except for the point, the still point, there would be no dance, and there is only the dance.”
– T.S. Elliot​

Life often seems to be moving so fast that we do not have time to catch our breath – much less focus on health and wellness. Stillpoint utilizes counseling and therapeutic services to help you find your “still point” in what often seems like chaos. We want to help you turn down the noise and embrace the life you were intended to live.

By being here, you have already taken a huge step towards making positive changes in your life. This can be a tough decision to make, but Stillpoint is here to help you – to help you get your life back on course, to find contentment with your current circumstances, and to find joy in every day living.

What to Expect

You can reach out initially by phone or email according to your preferences. You will then receive a phone call from your therapist to discuss any questions, concerns, and details about your initial appointment. During this time, feel free to ask any questions you have in regards to therapy style, location details, or payment.

During your initial appointment, you can expect to meet with the therapist to get comfortable in the space, understand the structure of the therapy, and your client rights. This initial appointment is a great time to explore long term goals and to determine if the therapeutic relationship is a good fit for you. In addition, the therapist will give you feedback on the ways in which she may be able to help support you in reaching your long term goals. This is a perfect time to discuss if individual therapy, family therapy, parenting support, mindfulness group, therapeutic yoga, or a combination of these will be appropriate for you. This is a collaborative process between you and the therapist. At the end of this session, a consistent therapy schedule will be recommended and your future appointments set up. Payment is taken at the end of each session.

If therapeutic yoga is something you want to incorporate into your sessions, this could occur on the same day as your therapy service or scheduled for a different time. Comfortable, flexible clothing should be worn to enable you to move and stretch. You would move from the therapy room to the yoga room where you would be guided through a customized, therapeutic yoga class. You do not have to incorporate yoga into your plan, but it is an option to discuss with your therapist.

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