What To Expect
New clients can expect to be greeted by enthusiastic professionals who are experts in there fields. They can expect to have a clearer understanding of why they are experiencing the difficulties that led them to treatment. Most importantly, they can expect to leave treatment feeling as if they have been heard and cared for. Each week they will go over different coping skills with their therapist and assess their progress. They will keep track of their goals and the progress they are making. Ultimately they will reach a point where therapy is needed less often because they will have learned how to manage their emotions and behaviors in a productive and positive way.
If you are someone who is looking for healing, and hope after experiencing physical or emotional trauma, you have come to the right place.
Let’s get started on your journey today!
New Clients: 3 Simple Steps To Creating Your Own Wellness
1. Schedule an Appointment: The first step to making lasting change, is to pick up the phone and call our office at (801) 680-7842. Ask questions. Discover if our process is right for you. Right away you can find relief knowing that we are here to help.
2. The Wellness Center’s approach with new clients is to have a very intensive first visit starting the process of creating a wellness plan together. Your therapist will create a comprehensive plan based on your history, symptoms, diagnosis, and goals. Your initial visit will take at least two hours. Between your first and second visit your therapist will be busy putting together a plan designed to reach your goals. Your therapist will be prepared to discuss diagnosis, treatment recommendations and talk about specific coping skills to help you through the treatment process.
3. Be consistent and follow through. Treatment takes time and practice to be effective. Be consistent with your appointments and work on the assignments given to you by your therapist and you will have more satisfaction with your treatment. New clients are often enthusiastic in the beginning of treatment but sometimes it is difficult to keep up with treatment with all of your other commitments. The best gift you can give yourself is consistency. The change process can be hard. Therapy can be hard. But the end results are life changing.