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Intensive Accelerated

How can intensive therapy help?

Intensive psychotherapy is a relatively short-term dynamic psychotherapy that gives clients faster results, and full resolution for sudden or persistent issues in a short period of time. Intensive psychotherapy is a revolutionary approach that provides immediate relief from suffering, symptom relief, and a thorough understanding of oneself. 

What distinguishes my therapy process is the use of holistic assessments and an intensive approach that relies on a range of modalities for maximum impact. This unique strategy allows targeted and effective interventions to support your individual journey to well-being and growth.


  • Respond to early after-math of acute stress, collective trauma, a single incident, or prolonged,  ongoing traumatic experiences.

  • Resolution in days not months or years of therapy.

  • You can get back to your lifestyle and/or busy schedule.

  • Short-term approach, with results in 3-9 intensive sessions. This indicate it is cost-effective and move towards a reliable changes and full resolution. Some people may require additional intensive sessions based on need and life circumstances.

Intensive Accelerated Psychotherapy

An Intensive is a ground-breaking approach to psychotherapy treatment. My format combines Somatic-Embodied, EMDR, EFT and Brainspotting brain-body therapies for "rewiring" and changing the neurons in your brain. In the process, engage your body's physical feelings/sensations as well as your natural wisdom.


An intensive approach can function in ways that typical continuous therapeutic approaches lack. An Intensive session allows you to access considerably more personal material, which can be processed and repaired much faster than in traditional weekly therapy.

The work is definitely intensive and concentrated with rapid relief. Intensives are not appropriate for everyone, so I have planned 30-minute virtual consultations to assess clients' readiness for intensive work.

Somatic Embodied, EMDR & Brainspotting is not just for targeting traumatic or distressing experiences, yet it can enhance creativity, confidence, emotional and psychological resilience, performance and overall wellbeing.

Accelerated Intensives are available in four (4) packages, each of which includes the Intake & Assessment, and offers three (3( payment options to choose from. A post-integration session is scheduled one month afterwards to as part of my intensive therapy model.

Intensive psychotherapy is also offered to current clients for additional support or when life becomes hectic or when sudden issues arise.**



  1. HOW DO I KNOW I AM A GOOF FIT FOR INTENSIVE THERAPY? Most intensive treatment forms can concentrate on common issues. My intensive treatment sessions are often directed toward those that suit my clinical specialties and concentration.In most circumstances, if there is an impending threat to one's own or others' safety, cause for concern about medical conditions, and/or if the intensive model's expectations do not now meet your life schedule. Moreover, intensive psychotherapy does not replace treatment for crisis interventions, hospitalization, or concerns that may necessitate additional ongoing sessions and collaboration with other specialists.

  2. WHAT ARE THE EXPECTATIONS FOR INTENSIVE THERAPY? The Intensives are schedule in blocks of 2, 3, 4, or 6 hour sessions. The current studies show that results typically are noticeable with 10-30 hours of intensive therapy, equivalent to 3-10 months of therapy. This may be vary based on the needs and factors of the individuals. Intensive sessions are schedule as consecutive days or consecutive weeks of therapy . A client may be able to arrange to attend the sessions in the span of 3-months based on life circumstances. My current capacity to conduct intensive sessions is limited to 2 month per month. Past client testimonies indicates a success rate of noticeable resolution, relief and/or clarity at about 8-15 hours of therapy, based on post-integration session one month after Intensives.


    • First be sure to view the announcement for when intensive psychotherapy sessions are being scheduled.

    • Complete the consult form at the top of this page or click this link.

    • I will be in contact with you to schedule your consultation within 72 hours if I am accepting clients.

  4. HOW MUCH DOES INTENSIVE THERAPY COST? Intensive psychotherapy is cost-effective since it provides complete resolution in weeks rather than months. When compared to long-term traditional therapy approaches on average clients will pay $1,440 - $7,200 average yearly cost (co-pay/deductible to self-funded in Boston, MA*). On average, intensive accelerated therapy (short-term approach) for 10-20 hours range between $1,420- $2,020. The average cost of a 55-minute session is $185.00​​​

    • Intensive Therapy Sessions Packages (includes Intake & Assessment, and 30-minute post-integration session):

      • 4-hour package, $820 (2 intensive hours)

      • 6-hour package , $1170 (4 intensive hours)

      • 8-hour package , $1320 (6 intensive hours)

      • 10-hour package , $1520 (8 intensive hours)

      • 12-hour package , $1720 (10 intensive hours)

Payment Options: 

  1. Pay the invoice in full at the time of reserving the intensive dates.

  2. Pay 50% of the invoice and the remaining 3 day before the intensive.

  3. Pay the invoice in installments (subject to approval through AfterPay, or Affirm using Stripe*).

5. WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY FOR INTENSIVES? When you schedule an intensive you secure, dedicated time exclusively for your sessions, ensuring no other clients can book or replace that time available to you. A reschedule-only policy is in place to preserve the integrity of therapeutic practice. If you need to reschedule, please do so at least 48 hours before the scheduled time. Your deposit or payment will not be affected by rescheduling. If you decide to cancel your intensive session entirely, any deposits paid will be refunded less a $400 scheduling fee.

6. DO YOU OFFER IN-PERSON FOR INTENSIVES? Currently, I  offers  video sessions with limited availability for in office sessions. At times, it may be recommended that you are best fit for in office sessions. Intensive sessions are often conducted on different work-days then recurring client sessions days.


Adjunct Therapy

How can adjunct therapy complement my ongoing treatment with my primary therapist?​

Adjunct therapy is designed to complement your primary therapy by introducing specialized modalities to address areas where your treatment may have become stagnant or less effective. Typically, adjunct therapy is a short-term commitment, spanning 6-12 sessions targeting specific issues. For clients dealing with prolonged exposure to traumatic or distressing experiences, a longer-term approach of more than 12 sessions may be beneficial.

How does the collaboration between the primary therapist and the adjunct therapist work to enhance my therapy progress?

Adjunct therapy does not replace your primary therapy sessions but rather enhances your overall treatment success by collaborating with both your primary therapist and an adjunct therapist simultaneously. This approach is not intended to replace or interrupt ongoing therapy; instead, it aims to enrich the primary therapeutic process. Clients who receive adjunct therapy continue their regular sessions with their primary therapist.

When the primary therapist and client work together with an adjunct therapist, this collaboration can often help move therapy forward. This joint effort targets specific goals related to memories, physiological sensations, or limiting beliefs. The benefits of adjunct therapy include accelerating progress, resolving stuck areas, and enriching ongoing therapy by carefully addressing traumatic memories or intrusive material.

What modalities are used in adjunct sessions?

Expressive Arts Therapy, Brainspotting (BSP0, Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Parts Work, and Somatic are the preferred modalities used in adjunct therapy sessions, in coordination with primary theraist.  



  • Speeds up therapeutic progress.

  • Helps resolve stuck areas in therapy.

  • Enriches ongoing therapy by targeting specific traumatic memories or intrusive material

Rates & Note on Insurance:

  • Consultation (30 minutes): $30.00

  • 90834, or 90837 Psychotherapy (45-55 minutes): $165-$185.00

  • longer sessions are available 

Some health insurance plans may cover adjunctive therapy if you have a clinical medical diagnosis and a medical CPT procedural code.It is your responsibility to consult with your insurance carrier to ensure they will reimburse the cost. For clients using out-of-network (OON) insurance benefits, I can provide a "statement of reimbursement/superbill" for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Please note, I do not complete insurance paperwork or communicate with insurance companies regarding claim reimbursement.

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