What Can A Person Get Out of Therapy?

Psychotherapy is the process of meeting with a therapist for the purpose of resolving problematic behaviors, beliefs, and/or feelings. Therapy can address and resolve a large number of specific concerns, issues and symptoms. People who work with therapists often find that they learn a lot about themselves and this can help them grow as individuals. Lots of people discover that the tools they learn in therapy make them stronger and better able to deal with whatever life throws at them.  If you are curious about the therapeutic process, feel free to call me and ask questions.

What someone gets out of therapy depends on why that person is there and the effort they are willing to put forth.  Some people go into therapy to solve a specific problem, others want to begin making better choices, and others want to start to heal from a loss or a difficult life situation. Successful counseling relies on the client entering therapy with a motivation to make necessary change.

Phone: (508) 561-0477
Fax: (800) 595-0717

400 Massasoit Ave, Suite 111
East Providence, RI, 

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Office Hours

By Appointment Only


Our Services

  • Individual Counseling
  • Couples/Family Counseling
  • Group Counseling
  • Psycho-educational Classes
  • Non-Offending Parent Treatment
  • Sexual Abuse Assessment and Treatment
  • Sexual Boundary/Offender Assessment and Treatment
  • Fire Setter Evaluation and Treatment
  • Parent/Child Evaluation

Health Insurances Accepted

  • Neighborhood Health Plan
  • United Health Behavioral
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield
  • Tufts
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Aetna

  • Private Pay