Personal Statement For A Private Practice

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Welcome to my private practice. I believe in therapy as a confidential partnership between us as two individuals. This confidential process is one I have designed to help address your issues, worries, and more, better understand yourself, and learn effective coping strategies you can utilize in your everyday life. In order for this process to work, it will involve the sharing of sensitive, personal, and private information on your part. During the course of counseling, you may experience moments of increased anxiety or confusion. However, our goal is to achieve a positive outcome by pushing through those moments in an effort to either fix, eliminate, or process them. I am available to walk you through this process, but will not be able to…show more content…
In order to be most successful, you will also need to work on things we discuss outside of sessions.

You maintain the right to ask any questions or make any comments about anything that happens during our sessions. I am always willing to discuss how and why I’ve decided on the method I have, and am constantly looking for alternatives, adjustments, and more. You also maintain the right to leave, ask to be referred to another specialist, or discuss another method with myself or my office at any time. Although I do ask and recommend that you give me advanced notice, so that I may help you transition through this change.

Sessions The first month of sessions will include a thorough evaluation of your needs and self. By the end of this evaluation, I will be present some initial impressions of what our time together might consist of. At that time, we will discuss your treatment goals and create a primary treatment plan. This treatment plan might change as treatment continues and changes come into play. You should evaluate this information and make your own conclusions and judgments about whether or not you feel comfortable working with this plan or myself. If you have questions about my work, it is best that we discuss them when they initially arise. If your doubts persist, I will be happy to help you set up a meeting with another mental health professional for a second opinion.

Ending Sessions As mentioned above, you may end
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