Concierge Teletherapy

Concierge psychology

As a concierge psychologist in New York and Florida, I offer CBT and DBT to a limited number of clients who receive highly personalized care and attention via teletherapy sessions. Unlike a clinic, a concierge psychology practice is not constrained by the oversight and limitations of managed care and insurance companies. You and I have the freedom to determine the best course of treatment for your needs. You will received expert evidence-based treatment that has been customized for you. I will collaborate with referring mental health professionals and other members on your wellness team.

Concierge therapy begins with a comprehensive assessment to obtain an in-depth understanding of the problems you want help with. Trained in evidence-based therapy, I use well-researched and published questionnaires to assess current symptom levels so that we have a baseline to gage progress going forward. The problems assessed include difficulties in emotion regulation, as well as anxiety, mood disorders, and behavioral issues. All of this information is interpreted in the context of my initial clinical interview with you that lasts an hour. This meeting is used to obtain a brief history of the problems to be focused on and collaboratively decide the goals of treatment.

What is teletherapy and is it effective?

Teletherapy is online/remote mental health counseling. This mode of treatment grew in popularity during the pandemic and has remained in demand because of its convenience for clients. Teletherapy eliminates the need for traveling to an office for sessions. It is also more discreet—you will have sessions from the privacy of your home or location of your choosing without having to encounter other clients in a waiting room. Research shows that CBT and DBT delivered on-line has comparable effectiveness to in-person treatment.

Convenience and Flexibility

It can be difficult to find time for physical therapy when you have a busy schedule. Life seems to move faster than ever, and it’s hard to slow down and take care of yourself. That’s why Dr. Lisa offers concierge teletherapy sessions. With concierge therapy, you can choose the therapy hours that work for you.

This way, you can get the help you need without worrying about going to clinic to meet a Doctor. Her concierge teletherapy’s usual sessions are 45-50 minutes long, and insurance companies in the US cannot cap how many sessions you’re allowed. So, if you’re looking for a way to make therapy work for you in your busy schedule, getting concierge therapy from Dr. Lisa should be your next step.

What Is Emotion Regulation?

Emotion regulation is the ability to manage one’s emotions and respond to them in a healthy way. This includes being able to identify and understand emotions, as well as regulate them in a beneficial way. Emotion regulation skills can be learned and developed over time, which are essential for our mental well-being. Poor emotion regulation can lead to various problems, such as low self-esteem, anxiety, and depression. It can also lead to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as substance abuse or self-harm. However, with the right tools and support, anyone can learn to regulate their emotions in a healthy way.

What Is Borderline Personality Disorder?

Borderline personality disorder is a mental health condition characterized by instability in mood, relationships, self-image, and behavior. People with borderline personality disorder may also experience impulsive behaviors and extreme emotional swings. As a result, they may have difficulty maintaining healthy relationships and coping with everyday stressors. While the exact cause of borderline personality disorder is unknown, it is thought to be linked to genetic, environmental, and psychological factors. Treatment for borderline personality disorder typically includes psychotherapy and medication.

It’s no secret that learning to regulate emotions can be tough. For people with borderline personality disorder (BPD), it can be especially difficult. Concierge therapy is a new type of therapy that is becoming increasingly popular. In concierge therapy, the therapist works with the client one-on-one to help them regulate their emotions. The concierge therapist tailors the sessions to the client’s specific needs and provides support on an as-needed basis. This type of therapy is particularly effective for people with BPD.

Concierge therapy is also associated with significant reductions in anger, anxiety, and depression in people with BPD. Studies have found that concierge therapy is associated with improved emotion regulation and increased social functioning. Given the difficulty people with BPD have in regulating their emotions, these findings are very encouraging. If you or someone you know is struggling with BPD, consider concierge therapy as a potential treatment option.

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