Treasure Valley Psychology is centrally located in the bustling Parkcenter area of SE Boise. We treat most psychological issues, including, but not limited to: anxiety disorders, depression, marital/family issues, autism spectrum disorders, intellectual disability, grief, personality disorders, and trauma/PTSD.
In therapy, building a good relationship between patient and therapist is the best predictor of success. At Treasure Valley Psychology, we create an environment with our patients in which their feelings will be heard and addressed without judgement. The therapeutic process is one that should be collaborative, supportive, and enriching. We strive to maintain these ideals with each patient we serve.
What is Therapy?
Therapy means different things to different people. There are many things that you can expect to gain from engaging in therapy, including, but not limited to:
Space to discuss your thoughts and feelings without fear of judgement or social recourse
Skills, tools, and knowledge to help you navigate life’s struggles and achieve a higher level of daily functioning
Honest and open communication with someone invested in your well-being, but objective enough to give you an “outsider’s” perspective
Building ways to end suffering while focusing on your strengths and avoiding unhelpful ways of behaving and thinking
Length Of Treatment
The length of treatment is dependent on the individual and what they bring to the therapeutic arena. For some individuals, treatment can be limited to brief therapy that usually ranges from 7 to 10 sessions. However, other individuals may require more visits to resolve their identified issues in therapy. Thus, for some it may be counterproductive to place restrictive time limits on treatment. In each case, you and your therapist will work together to identify treatment goals and objectives at the onset of treatment. In addition, you both will evaluate your needs and progress on a regular basis, in order to maintain consistent progress and accomplish effective treatment.