What is Psychotherapy
Psychotherapy is a collaborative process between a psychotherapist and an individual addressing psychological problems. Meetings normally last forty-five to fifty minutes and occur one to three times a week. A brief therapy lasts about three months; a long-term psychotherapy can last for several years.
Does Psychotherapy Work?
Research shows psychotherapy is the treatment of choice for psychological and related health problems.
What types of Psychotherapy are Offered?
Dr. McCafferty uses various empirically proven psychotherapies, including cognitive-behavioral, existential-humanistic and psychodynamic approaches. Dr. McCafferty specializes in working with children and adults with anxiety, depression, substance misuse, behavioral, school, attention, stress, developmental problems and trauma.
When is Psychological Assessment Needed?
A Psychological Assessment is recommended for situations in which there are questions regarding an individual’s cognitive, behavioral or emotional functioning.
New Approaches accepts Self-Payment, all insurance plans will be evaluated. Payment plans may be considered for First Responders (Police, Fire, EMT) and Veterans dealing with trauma.