Are you ready to put the final pieces together?
You've been to therapy. You've talked it through. You've journaled it out. And, yet, pieces of the hurt remain. You're ready to break through it but you haven't quite found a way to make that happen. Intensive Individual Therapy is designed to bring your healing full circle.
This immersive therapy experience combines the best of brain science and body based interventions to facilitate deeper healing.
Your day will begin with EMDR therapy to reprocess traumatic memory and will close with supplemental body work (yoga & massage) to provide somatic release and to reinforce healing from the morning EMDR session.
lunch - quiet reflection
gentle hatha yoga
with Dena Woods
massage consultation &
30 minute massage
1) additional body work
2) read, journal, relax
3) end your day
additional somatic healing options may be selected for an additional fee
(must be reserved in advance)
massage therapy add-ons:
face and scalp massage (15 min) $25
foot reflexology (30 min) $75
additional/end of day body work:
Guided Meditation (30 min) $65 with Dena Woods
Restorative Yoga (30 min) $75 with Dena Woods
Sai Shakti Healing Session (60-75 minutes) $100 with Laura Fickett
single day option:
3 hours of EMDR therapy
1 hour yoga + 30 minute massage to integrate healing
multi day option:
6 hours of EMDR therapy
3+ hours of body work to integrate healing
How do I know if Intensive Individual Therapy is a good fit for me?
Intensive individual therapy is ideal for clients who are currently participating in individual therapy or those who have successfully completed individual therapy. If you would like to discuss your specific situation please schedule a consultation with Danika Lowry.
Is Intensive Individual Therapy covered by insurance?
Intensive therapy is not covered by insurance. Insurance reimbursement for psychotherapy is limited to 60 minute billing codes. It is not possible to bill insurance for any part of this service nor is it possible to provide you with a superbill.
Can I use HSA or FSA funds to pay for services?
HSA debit cards or other health related funds should be eligible for use. Verification of this is the responsibility of the client.
Are there times when Intensive Individual Therapy is not a good fit?
Daily use or heavy intermittent use of any mind altering substance, including alcohol , will limit or hinder results. Additionally, a history of trauma and/or abuse which has not been addressed in ongoing individual therapy is not appropriate for intensive therapy. Intensive Individual Therapy is not a replacement for ongoing psychotherapy.