Are you thinking about going to therapy but feeling a little lost about how to proceed?
Maybe you're already in therapy, but not sure if it's "working" the way it should?
Maybe you're even a psychotherapist yourself, looking for ways to inform and encourage your clients to show up in a more empowered and focused way to their sessions?
Well, we're here to help.
These compact lessons, comprised of brief, easy to follow text and video segments, will walk you through some of the most common questions and concerns people have about the therapy process, such as:
- How do I know if I even need therapy?
- How do I know what kind of therapy or therapist to look for?
- Isn't therapy, like, crazy expensive? Won't that just make me more anxious?
- How is therapy different than just talking with a good friend or mentor?
- Isn't it awkward to just start telling a total stranger all your secrets?
- I wouldn't even know what to say on the first phone call?
- I heard that for some people therapy makes things worse...
- Aren't there people who get addicted to therapy?
- Even if I go- what do I talk about there?
- I don't want to be in therapy forever; what can I do to move it along?
- How do I know when my course of therapy is "over"?
Who should NOT take this course?
- People who are staunchly anti-therapy or anti courses.
- People who are being forced to go to therapy against their will.
- People who are committed to having a mediocre or poor therapy experience.
- Poodles. They're cute, but they're illiterate and nonverbal, so this course would be a waste for them.
Who should take this course?
Therapy clients, potential clients, and therapists who want to learn how to power up their therapy process to be the best it can be!
Who gives this course?
Elisheva Liss, LMFT is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice, author, blogger, lecturer, and educator. Her book, Find Your Horizon of Healthy Thinking, teaches lay, readers, a technique that she created in her own practice, and trains other therapists to practice, harnessing the power of the mind and neuroplasticity, to promote therapeutic growth and healing.