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Traditional Counseling

What is Traditional Counseling?

Traditional counseling is counseling that takes place in an office setting at Grapevine Counseling Center.

Who Would Benefit?

Most counseling happens in a traditional office location.  Clients benefit from meeting their therapist in-person in one of the comfortable, professional, and confidential offices at Grapevine Counseling Center.

What to Expect

When you arrive at our office for your scheduled session you may park in the confidential parking lot in the back of the building.  The entrance to our cozy waiting room is conveniently located directly next to the parking lot.  Simply text your therapist that you have arrived and you will be buzzed in.

Enjoy a variety of complimentary cool or hot beverages and your favorite chocolate treat until your session begins.  Your session will take place in one of our comfortable offices.

During your first session your therapist will listen to your concerns and help you clarify your hopes and expectations for counseling.  During your second session, your therapist will review your personalized plan of care.

Your plan of care will show how therapy will help you reach your goals and approximately how long they will take to achieve.  The remainder of your sessions will be spent working toward your goals.

Session Length

45 minutes

Web-Based Counseling

What is Web-Based Counseling?

Web-Based Counseling is counseling that takes place through a video conferencing call on the computer.  Grapevine Counseling Center offers a HIPAA compliant web-based counseling service for you convenience at no additional charge.

Who Would Benefit?

For clients who cannot make it to Grapevine Counseling Center due to traveling difficulties or inclement weather, Web-Based counseling is a positive alternative.

What to Expect

Once you have scheduled your first web-based counseling session you will receive an email from Regroup Therapy with instructions on how to set up your desktop or laptop computer for your counseling session.  You will follow the instructions as Regroup tests your internet, web cam, and microphone for compatibility.

 

Upon completion of the compatibility test you will be directed to a HIPAA-compliant virtual waiting room.  You will be able to see yourself in the upper left-hand corner of the screen and a message in the center of the screen that says “Waiting for your Therapist to Join Session.”

 

About five minutes before your session begins you will receive a phone call from your therapist to ensure that you have not experienced technical difficulties accessing the waiting room.  Your therapist will then sign in and you will begin the video conferencing call.

During your first session your therapist will listen to your concerns and help you clarify your hopes and expectations for counseling.  During your second session, your therapist will review your personalized plan of care. This plan will show how therapy will help you reach your goals and approximately how long they will take to achieve.  The remainder of your sessions will be spent working toward your goals

Session Length

45 minutes

In-Home Counseling

What is In-Home Counseling?

In-Home Counseling is counseling that takes place in the comfort and privacy of your own home or office. Instead of meeting at Grapevine Counseling Center, your therapist and a co-therapist will drive to and conduct the counseling session at a location of your choosing.

Who Would Benefit?

Clients who are either unable or do not wish to leave their home or office, as well as clients who are high profile members of the community may prefer the comfort and confidentiality of In-Home Counseling.

What to Expect

Upon scheduling an in-home counseling session your therapist will call you to discuss the arrangement of a room to hold the counseling session.  Whether in your home, at your office, or an alternate location it is important that you select a room that provides both a sense of comfort and a high degree of privacy to conduct the confidential counseling session.  Your therapist will help you think through the best options.

On the day of your counseling session, your therapist and co-therapist will drive to the location of your choosing, arriving 5-10 minutes before your scheduled session time.

During your first session your therapists will listen to your concerns and help you clarify your hopes and expectations for counseling.  During your second session, your therapists will review your personalized plan of care. This plan will show how therapy will help you reach your goals and approximately how long they will take to achieve.  The remainder of your sessions will be spent working toward your goals.

Upon completion of the compatibility test you will be directed to a HIPAA-compliant virtual waiting room.  You will be able to see yourself in the upper left-hand corner of the screen and a message in the center of the screen that says “Waiting for your Therapist to Join Session.”

About five minutes before your session begins you will receive a phone call from your therapist to ensure that you have not experienced technical difficulties accessing the waiting room.  Your therapist will then sign in and you will begin the video conferencing call.

During your first session your therapist will listen to your concerns and help you clarify your hopes and expectations for counseling.  During your second session, your therapist will review your personalized plan of care. This plan will show how therapy will help you reach your goals and approximately how long they will take to achieve.  The remainder of your sessions will be spent working toward your goals

Session Length

45 minutes

Intensives Counseling

What is a Counseling Intensive?

Counseling Intensives are counseling sessions that are longer than normal and focus on a particular area of concern.

Who Would Benefit?

New clients seeking rapid change over a short time period, as well as established clients whose progress seems to have stalled can greatly benefit from Counseling Intensives.

What to Expect

Clients who are interested in Counseling Intensives will meet with their therapist to discuss the length, subject matter, and goals for the counseling intensive.  Together you will schedule a session between 1.5 – 3hrs in length designed to target a specific issue or advance therapy rapidly.

Session Length

1.5 – 3hrs