Welcome to InnerWell! If you’re interested in setting up an initial appointment for individual or couples therapy, or if you would like more information about any of our services, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 802-231-2550, or text 802-451-0560.
How does this process work?
Once we hear from you, someone from InnerWell will get back to you soon, within 1-2 business days. If you haven’t already scheduled an appointment through our online scheduling system, we’ll ask you some questions about your availability and talk with you about payment options. If you have any preferences or needs that are relevant to placing you with the right therapist, we’ll get that information from you as well. And, of course, you’ll have a chance to ask any questions you might have. After you have an initial appointment or private retreat scheduled, we’ll send you a link to our secure online Intake Forms Portal, where you’ll be able to complete a questionnaire to help your therapist prepare for your visit, and some consent forms to help us get your file all set up before you arrive. Once your forms have been received, your appointment will be finalized and you’ll receive an email confirmation with directions.
What to expect when you arrive…
InnerWell is located in a lovely 1910 house that was converted into our offices. There is plenty of parking on the street, and you can come right in the front door. To your left, there is a waiting room. You’ll find tea and hot and cold water there (please help yourself!), as well as a collection of books about wellness, mindfulness, relationship and healing — as well as a few volumes of poetry — that you are welcome to enjoy and explore. Please feel free to arrive a little early to settle in and make yourself at home. When the time comes for your appointment, your therapist will come to the waiting room to greet you and show you to her office.
What happens at my first appointment?
The first appointment is generally scheduled for 50 minutes for individuals, and 75 minutes for couples. During that time, you will have a chance to share your reasons for seeking therapy and what you hope to get out of the process. Sometimes, people aren’t entirely sure about their goals, and that’s okay too. You and your therapist can discuss what’s clear and what still needs to get clarified. Your therapist will ask you some questions about the background of the challenge you’re facing or growth you’re seeking, and you’ll have a chance to get to know each other and see if it feels like a good fit. You’ll also have a chance to ask any questions you might have. If you and the therapist decide to work together, you would then schedule a regular weekly meeting time (in most cases). Additional answers to frequently asked questions may be found on the FAQs page.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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