online counseling and webinars
We will get right back to you and set up a time to answer any further questions you have!
After you have your scheduled weekly appointments, we will email you the program documents.
The treatment curriculum is the only of its kind in the world. Here you will have all your exercises, video links, and further explanation of anything you learned in therapy.
We encourage you to text us so that we can give you more detailed information. However, here are the most common questions...
Therapy for most is 1x per week. For some, it may be more than 1x if the diagnosis is life-threatening. Or, if folks want to learn the skills faster and then work on going deeper faster. All parents of teens and children go to parent seminars to help their kids.
Sessions are "pay as you go" for individual sessions and for webinars, payments are paid in advance. For treatment, we place a credit card (or HSA/HRA) on file to process as you are going along.
No, never. You are free to drop out at any time for any reason. There is absolutely no commitment once you start. The only thing you only need to commit to yourself, working the skills that can help you feel better!
We call our therapists residents. They are graduates of a license-eligible program and they are working to earn their license through us as they are perfecting the treatment method. They work together with Dr. Cordier. Even licensed providers are residents because this is an entirely new approach to mental health therapy.
Yes! We track and validate each individual's experience with us. Those who complete the program have a 96% success outcome. If you think of the therapy as "physical therapy" for your brain, it's only as good as you use it. If you are taught the skills and don't bother to do more than show up, you will certainly not improve.
Almost all teens, especially boys, are resistant to going to therapy. For many teens who have been in therapy before, they really don't want to go to more therapy! This is mostly because they've experienced "talk therapy" and didn't feel like it made a difference. Once they find out that they are going to learn the "rules of the game" they become fast studies. Who wants to go to therapy, if you feel like it's a colossal waste of time? While there is a place for "talk therapy" when dealing with anxiety, depression, spectrum disorder - we'll you need more than talking!
I think most parents who have gone through the mental health "merry-go-round" can appreciate the importance of parent training. Parent training is not calling you out as a "bad parent", it's the opposite, you're the "best" parent because you're taking charge of the problem and helping to reinforce skills that are going to help build a foundation to help their kids become more emotionally balanced and meet their full potential! This isn't about you being "bad", but rather giving you evidence-based skills to be a "super-awesome" parent!