In therapy with Dr. Hauke, you can expect to work collaboratively towards your therapy goals in an honest, open, and comfortable environment.
Dr. Hauke will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan that matches your unique emotional needs and circumstances. She will provide you with the tools you need to gain new insights, learn new coping skills, and handle challenges more effectively.
Defining Psychological Services
Psychotherapy (also referred to as therapy or counseling) is complex and can be difficult to describe. Individuals will experience psychotherapy differently, depending on the issues they wish to address, their personality, and their psychologists’ treatment style and interventions. Psychotherapy is a collaborative process and calls for a very active effort on the client’s part. Psychotherapy frequently leads to interpersonal growth, improved relationships, enhanced quality of life, resolution of problems, and positive change. A “cure,” however, is not guaranteed, and psychotherapy can, at times, elicit painful feelings (e.g., guilt, sadness, anger) and interpersonal conflict. Although this can be uncomfortable, it is often a normal part of the change process.
Customized, evidence-based treatment
Over the course of therapy, Dr. Hauke will monitor your progress and modify treatment based on your unique goals and individual strengths.
You can expect Dr. Hauke to use evidence-based treatments that research has shown to be effective in helping clients facing difficulties much like your own.
Some clients experience improvement and a reduction in symptoms in as few as six sessions. For some clients however, and for more complicated issues, therapy can last longer and may require more effort. The treatment methods that Dr. Hauke uses, the client’s goals and symptoms, and the history of those symptoms will all determine the length of the therapeutic relationship.
Dr. Hauke encourages clients to speak to her honestly and openly about their particular needs and therapy expectations. She generally meets with clients once per week; however, some clients attend sessions twice per week or twice per month. Clients may eventually transition to monthly sessions, and some clients who transition out of therapy and/or have met their treatment goals choose to come see Dr. Hauke at a later time; these clients often refer to their sessions as “tune-ups” or use them to address a specific new concern that has arisen.
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