‭(484) 880-4931‬ page@partnerinwellness.com

Psychotherapy

I practice a form of psychotherapy based on the idea that wellness is a manifestation of essential wholeness. Through a combination of talk-based and body-based therapies that can work alone or in conjunction with western medicine, this approach to therapy allows individuals the opportunity to reach their deepest levels of emotional, physical, spiritual and energetic health.

The basic tenets of:

You are not broken, despite how very real that may feel at times.

You are so much more than a condition, disease or diagnosis.

Every aspect of your being plays a role in how you are feeling, and every aspect is worthy of care.

You are a beautifully unique individual, and your treatment should be just as individualized.

I have seen many therapists over the years, but have never connected with a practitioner the way I have connected with Dr. Page. Her intelligence, compassion, and positive energy make her the wonderful therapist that she is. I have already noticed improvements in my anxiety levels since starting to see Page, and I look forward to continuing to work with her. I’m so lucky to have found Dr. Page!

Elizabeth W.

Dr. Page has a terrific way of finding new words for the feelings that are buried inside. She assists you in putting new perspectives on situations… and helps you find your truth. It is amazing what she has done for my view of life in such a short amount of time.

A. B.

Essential wholeness is nurtured through regular and sustained connectedness to our physical, mental, energetic and spiritual selves.

~ Page

Psychotherapy

Who do I see?

I see clients seeking support for issues related to anxiety, depression, stress management, relationships, parenting, chronic illness, addiction, and trauma. As a veterinary social worker, I have specific expertise in working with individuals in the veterinary field. 

My work is appropriate for adolescents, adults, partners, and families. Children 12 and under are best served by therapists trained in modalities such as play therapy. For more information, contact the Family & Play Therapy Center.

My Approach

I work to leverage the innate strengths and gifts that each client has to support health and wellness rather than focusing on deficiencies and pathology. 

I believe that healing and sustainable wellness are nurtured through regular and sustained connectedness to our physical, mental, energetic and spiritual selves.

Clients are individuals whose diverse ways of being in the world – the intensity of emotions; expressions of sadness, anger and fear; relationships to trauma – are unique pieces of their wholeness, not broken or faulty parts.

What Can I Expect During Sessions?

Grounded in the belief that we are all already whole with everything we need within ourselves, Page offers a safe space for people to experience wellness. Her client-centered approach combined with training in trauma, body-based healing, resiliency and recovery allows for the co-creation of a safe, non-judgmental space for discussion, self-discovery, and goal-setting.

She provides talk-based therapy as well as body-based practices such as mindfulness, breath practices, meditation, guided imagery and yoga. When appropriate, Page partners with holistic practitioners to offer clients referrals to a range of other modalities, often serving as a liaison for clients navigating holistic and traditional medicine practices.

Investment

Initial Session: 90 min ($150)
Follow-up Sessions: 60 min ($125)

Insurance

I am happy to provide official documentation for out-of-network insurance reimbursement, and/or supporting documentation for Medical/Flexible/Healthcare Spending Accounts. I do not take insurance, however. Why?

In-network insurance reimbursement requires me to work within a medical model of illness and diagnose my patients with a specific “disorder” as outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. This label becomes a permanent, and not necessarily confidential, part of client medical records. Insurance companies decide which treatment is needed for each “disorders”—what kind of therapy, how much, how often—regardless of what my client and I might agree is best given their specific set of circumstances.

I could not be the therapist that I am today—with the time and flexibility to work with my clients in holistic ways—if I were to rely on insurance reimbursement for my psychotherapy services. I recognize that this reality places a financial burden on my clients. As such, I have made a conscious decision to keep my fees below market value so that I can continue to provide exceptional care in a highly personalized setting that honors the uniqueness of each client.

 

Call or text: 484-880-4931

Email: Page@PartnerInWellness.com