Coverage for Counseling/Psychotherapy Services

The initial inquiries most individuals have when they contact Spiler Psychotherapy™ about our services relate to treatment fees and coverage, type and length of treatment offered, areas of specialization, the therapist’s qualifications, and years of experience. Some will refuse treatment at the outset because they do not wish to pay for the service or because affordability may be a factor. Others will consider treatment if a significant portion can be covered by a third-party payer, such as a family member or an insurance company through their employer’s benefits.

Several years ago, I started to promote online therapy with growing frequency because I noticed how convenient it was for clients to access. I also realized how convenient it was for me to provide therapy this way. This mutually beneficial arrangement presented many possibilities and opportunities, mainly to provide therapeutic services to a larger pool of individuals in a wide-ranging virtual ‘landscape’. Yet, this way of providing psychotherapy services was still perceived as an unpopular option, and the growing acceptance was still at a very slow pace.

Communicating with “Communication Problem” Couples

To move them away from their “problem” toward what they want to have by the time they no longer require therapy, I usually assist the couple to negotiate and create the most compelling version for themselves what their relationship will be like when they are treating each other the way they want to be treated.

Several years ago, I started to promote online therapy with growing frequency because I noticed how convenient it was for clients to access. I also realized how convenient it was for me to provide therapy this way. This mutually beneficial arrangement presented many possibilities and opportunities, mainly to provide therapeutic services to a larger pool of individuals in a wide-ranging virtual ‘landscape’. Yet, this way of providing psychotherapy services was still perceived as an unpopular option, and the growing acceptance was still at a very slow pace.

Coaching

We mentor you through empowering beliefs and values and guide you to discover your own unconscious competencies and overcome internal conflicts and resistances.

Several years ago, I started to promote online therapy with growing frequency because I noticed how convenient it was for clients to access. I also realized how convenient it was for me to provide therapy this way. This mutually beneficial arrangement presented many possibilities and opportunities, mainly to provide therapeutic services to a larger pool of individuals in a wide-ranging virtual ‘landscape’. Yet, this way of providing psychotherapy services was still perceived as an unpopular option, and the growing acceptance was still at a very slow pace.

Video Counselling

I have found that establishing and maintaining a sense of relatedness and emotional presence in the therapeutic interaction can be a major task. This can become an even greater challenge in a video counselling session.

Several years ago, I started to promote online therapy with growing frequency because I noticed how convenient it was for clients to access. I also realized how convenient it was for me to provide therapy this way. This mutually beneficial arrangement presented many possibilities and opportunities, mainly to provide therapeutic services to a larger pool of individuals in a wide-ranging virtual ‘landscape’. Yet, this way of providing psychotherapy services was still perceived as an unpopular option, and the growing acceptance was still at a very slow pace.

What You Definitely Need To Know About BPD?

Borderline Personality Disorder is one of the 9 different personality disorders categorized in the latest Diagnostic Statistical Manual (V) published in 2013 (and one in 12 according to dimensional criteria). It is critical that we gain a better understanding of the internal experiences of the suffering BPD individual, considering their often time confusing and dramatic manifestations.

Courage

More than 40 years ago Rollo May made the following statement: “We are living at a time when one age is dying and the new age is not yet born.” Not only is this aphorism as applicable today as it was then, but also as it will likely be in the future. We always seem to be in transition, in process and in progress and not quite settled or satisfied with where we are.

Several years ago, I started to promote online therapy with growing frequency because I noticed how convenient it was for clients to access. I also realized how convenient it was for me to provide therapy this way. This mutually beneficial arrangement presented many possibilities and opportunities, mainly to provide therapeutic services to a larger pool of individuals in a wide-ranging virtual ‘landscape’. Yet, this way of providing psychotherapy services was still perceived as an unpopular option, and the growing acceptance was still at a very slow pace.

Remote Video Service and the Pandemic

I have found that establishing and maintaining a sense of relatedness and emotional presence in the therapeutic interaction can be a major task. This can be an even greater challenge in a video session.

Several years ago, I started to promote online therapy with growing frequency because I noticed how convenient it was for clients to access. I also realized how convenient it was for me to provide therapy this way. This mutually beneficial arrangement presented many possibilities and opportunities, mainly to provide therapeutic services to a larger pool of individuals in a wide-ranging virtual ‘landscape’. Yet, this way of providing psychotherapy services was still perceived as an unpopular option, and the growing acceptance was still at a very slow pace.

Our Approach to Working with Families

Mental illness sufferers are not just individuals but entire families. Yet, most seeking our services primarily identify an individual family member with a longstanding diagnosed psychiatric condition, or a newly acquired one or suspected of one yet to be diagnosed.