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The therapeutic relationship between a therapist and a client is a fundamental aspect of the therapeutic process. It refers to the collaborative and professional relationship that develops between the two parties during therapy. This relationship is characterized by trust, empathy, and mutual respect, and it serves as a safe and supportive space for the client to explore their thoughts, feelings, and experiences.

Here are some key features and benefits of the therapeutic relationship:

The therapeutic relationship is not limited to any specific therapeutic approach or modality but is present across various forms of therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, person-centered therapy, and others. Ultimately, the quality of the therapeutic relationship greatly influences the effectiveness of the therapy and the client's overall well-being.

Cost per 50 minute appointment varies per counselor. We are in network with United Healthcare and can provide superbills for reimbursement for other insurance providers.