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Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy Services In Reno And Sparks

Psychotherapy Services In Reno and Sparks

In its simplest form, psychotherapy is “talk therapy”.  Our psychotherapists guide you towards your best actualized self with personalized treatment.

Psychotherapy can improve symptoms of depression, PTSD,  relationship issues, general anxiety disorder, social anxiety, bipolar disorder, OCD, various phobias, panic disorders and a wide variety of issues. It can be used as either the sole treatment or in conjunction with other treatments, depending on your specific needs and circumstances.

Our highly qualified and compassionate psychotherapists help guide you on the path to mental well being. Our therapists bring many years of experience and education to the table to help identify and change thought patterns and behaviors that have not been working for you.

At Memor Health we believe that everyone has the intrinsic ability to heal emotionally and find balance; we are here to empower that positive change.  Your treatment will be personalized and may interface with several different modalities of treatment. 

Our Psychotherapists Are Proficient In…

Specialty Areas

Women’s Issues

Women’s Issues

Perinatal Mood Disorders

Perinatal Mood Disorders

Stress Management

Stress Management

Compassion Fatigue

Compassion Fatigue

Career Burn Out

Career Burn Out

Trama Ptsd

Trauma/PTSD

Depression

Depression

Anxiety

Anxiety

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder

Life Transitions

Life Transitions

Women’s Issues

Relationship Stress

Parenting Related Stress

Parenting Related Stress

Behavior Issues

Negative Behavior Patterns

Substance Use Disorders

Substance Use Disorders

Co-Occurring Disorders

Co-occurring Disorders

Psychotherapy Services FAQs

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How does psychotherapy work?

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Psychotherapy is a scientifically proven method to help individuals who are experiencing many different mental health disorders. From anxiety and depression, to PTSD and trauma, psychotherapy can treat an array of issues. Psychotherapy is grounded in the relationship between the licensed mental health provider and you, the patient. During treatment, the provider will assess your needs, concerns and work with you towards your specific goals, in  a supportive and nurturing environment.

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What are the differences between all the different approaches?

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There are a wide range of treatment approaches found in psychotherapy. This allows the licensed professional to find the best modality  for you. There are differences between the approaches, but each is grounded in the relationship between you and the therapist, the comfortable environment that is provided, and the best course of treatment for you and what you are struggling with. With so many treatment modalities available, a therapist can use more than one approach to best help you.

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How long does it take to change how I am feeling?

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It depends on many factors, including the severity of the symptoms you are experiencing and the treatment goals that you and your therapist decide to work on. If you come into therapy with a simple problem, it may only take a few sessions to feel better.  But if you’re experiencing more complex problems, it can take months or even years to work through problems.

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Is psychotherapy expensive?

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At Memor Health, we work with many health insurance companies. We will work with you and your insurance company to see if the therapy sessions will be covered. If you do not have insurance, please contact us for price information.

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What questions should I ask my therapist?

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During your initial evaluation, your therapist will ask you many questions to help better understand the needs you have, as well as questions to get to know you. Prior to your first appointment, you can ask the following questions to find out more about the practice and the therapists available to you.

 

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