Research shows that the therapeutic alliance between you and your therapist is the best predictor of
successful treatment outcome. Psychologists define the therapeutic alliance as the strength of the therapist
and client relationship and how aligned you are on goals. Once you have developed a strong therapeutic
alliance with your therapist, studies show that individuals are more productive at work, have more fulfilled
relationships, can cope more effectively with daily stressors, and engage in less risky behaviors.
Too often searching for a therapist is a daunting task. Especially when you’re feeling hopeless and
vulnerable, finding the right therapist can seem impossible. Where do I even start? How quickly will I be
seen? What type of therapy is right for me? At MindCove, our licensed therapists work with you to understand
your needs, goals, and preferences all while ensuring you're comfortable with what they expect from you when
it comes to things like homework and modalities used.
We also ensure all of our therapists are
currently available to accept new clients. That way you don't have to worry about long waitlists that can last
for weeks or months.
The primary role of our clinicians is to match you with one of our therapists. They personally review your
consultation form responses and work closely together to form a consensus on which therapist is best suited to
needs. Our clinicians will serve as
additional resource if you have any questions or concerns about your overall care experience at MindCove and
can help facilitate a rematch if necessary.
Therapy is a collaborative process based on a trusting relationship between you and your therapist. This
strong therapeutic alliance allows you to talk freely and openly in a supportive, unbiased, and non-judgmental
environment. Together, over a series of appointments, you and your therapist will challenge current patterns
that keep you feeling stuck as well as identify and work towards fulfilling goals.
Typically, our therapists recommend having appointments on a weekly basis until you have accomplished
your initial goals for therapy. However, this varies from person to person, and you and your therapist will
work together to determine the cadence that is optimal for your care. Generally, the majority of psychotherapy
clients report feeling better after 3 months however this will vary from person to person. Our therapists will
never say you need to see them for a certain amount of appointments due to the fact saying this is unethical
and not putting the clients needs first.
We make sure to partner with world-class yet affordable therapists. On average, our therapists will charge
$100-$170 per hour session. That said, some therapists depending on their experience will charge upwards of
Many employer/group benefits and extended insurance plans do cover the therapists we partner with. Your
generally depend on the designation or license of each professional (ex. Registered Social Worker, Registered
Psychotherapist). If you're unsure about coverage, you should ask your benefits provider
whether they cover that specific designation of therapist.
All of our therapists currently see clients virtually and some in-person but they won't deny you therapy if
you can only do it virutally. Covid-19 has made it more clear that virtual therapy is equivalent, if not
better, than in-person therapy.
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