Working up the courage to call a therapist to schedule an appointment can be an overwhelming task. The last thing you need when you finally work up the courage to call is to find yourself lost in a series of questions about insurance benefits and coverage. Even as a provider myself, I still get confused sometimes about what my insurance will or will not cover with my own plan, so I am here to try to break it down for you to understand.
While it is true that many people start feeling better as soon as they make contact with a therapist, it's a common misconception in therapy that once you start actually working through your issues that you will keep feeling better and better every time you attend a session.
"I'm tired of talking about it." I can't count the number of times I've heard clients utter these words with a sense of frustration, defeat, and exhaustion. While there can be benefits to reprocessing our feelings as we retell our stories in therapy, for some it just doesn't work. Some are too guarded to trust… Continue reading Why Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) might help you more than traditional therapy.
There’s just something magical about horses. I have felt it since I was a little girl and I still feel it today. Growing up, I was the only equestrian in my immediate family. What my parents thought was a normal interest for a little girl soon became a obsession. As a child, I wanted everything… Continue reading My Purpose: The WHY behind Tailwinds Therapy.