JOURNEY TO EMOTIONAL HEALING
As adolescents develop, they are in a heavy brain development process that impacts their social skills and emotional intelligence to lead healthy, happy lives with appropriate decision-making skills. When adolescents experience emotions or engage in behaviors that interfere with their happiness and ability to thrive, they may benefit from meeting with a therapist to regulate their emotions. After all, that part of their brain is not fully developed yet.
Teen Talk helps teenagers navigate their feelings on their journey of emotional awareness and responsibility. As a systems-based practice, our treatment is inclusive of all systems teenagers are apart of.
HOW DOES TEEN TALK APPLY TO YOUR TEEN?
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Therapy with one participant that focuses on issues that are reported by the client and/or parent/caregiver.
This session engages the family to address conflict that are impacting their relationship. A systemic approach is utilized which focuses on process versus content. We will explore feedback loops and help the family communicate better.
Therapy with multiple participants that focuses on issues that are based on a particular topic or age range.
What is teen therapy?Teen therapy is therapy that is focused on the teen experience. Jaynay infuses experiential and person centered approaches to reach the teenager for a behavior and mind shift.
What teen issues do you specialize in?Teen depression, suicidal ideations and self injurous behavior are the three preseting issues that I specilaize in. This does not mean that I do not support teens with other emotional stressors. A common neighbor to the three mentioned are anxiety. My brief treatment model supports anxiety well also.
What makes you the best for my teen?I'm relatable, genuine, and teen-focused. I believe teens need a sacred space to explore all of their thoughts and emotions to help them along their journey. My ability to hold space for teens to encourage their growth while providing clinical care makes them enjoy their experience.
Where are you located and what are your hours?We are a virtual practice and our hours for service are from 3 pm - 8 pm.
I want to know everything my teen tells you. Are you going to tell me?I know you're going to want to know what is going through their mind when they make certain choices. However, confidentiality is very important to the therapeutic process. I am a mandated reporter and in some certain instances, I will have to break confidentality. Those instances are allegations of abuse, suicidal ideation, homicidal ideation and abuse of elderly persons. I would encourage a family session if your heart is burning to know the answer to a particular question.
Do you see families?Yes, I do see families. I will be sure to communicate how often family sessions should take place and if it maybe helpful to have a separate family therapist. Teens often get nervous with their family joining their sessions due to the feeling that the power differential will impact our therapeutic relationship.
Do you accept insurance?I am not an in network provider at this time. You can follow up with your provider to ask about reimbursement opportunities and requirements for out of network benefits. I provide superbills for clients to submit. I am unable to communicate with insurance companies due to time constraints. You can also use flexible or health spending accounts cards on
How long are sessions and how much do they cost?Sessions are 45 minutes long and cost $150 per session.
Do you offer a sliding scale?We do, however, all of our sliding scale slots are filled. Check back to see when they are opened or get on our mailing list.
Do you offer good faith estimates?Teen Talk provides all scheduling clients with a good faith estimates to ensure you are fully aware of the anticipated costs for treatment. Read more about your rights here.
What is the cost for the intake and how long is it?The cost for an intake is $175 and is a 60 minute session.
Do I join my teen for the intake?Yes, for the beginning segment of the intake we love to meet our parents.