Intensive Therapy

IPNB PSYCHOTHERAPY OF AUSTIN | AUSTIN, TX

What is Intensive Therapy?

Intensives are long form sessions, usually 3-4 hours in length, in which you can dive deeply into a complex issue. These sessions are absolutely ideal for people who like more time for their systems to unwind, want to work on a specific issue with more depth or are looking for deep exploration. These sessions are not meant to be ongoing therapy, they are merely a different way of diving into integration. If you are looking for a clinician who can see you on an ongoing weekly basis or if you are in crisis, this might not be the best fit for you. If you have identified a specific difficulty, if you enjoy self-exploration, if you travel frequently or are looking to explore how therapy might benefit you, then this may be something you want to explore. The costs vary by therapist, as do the times available. Please contact the therapist you'd like to work with directly with any questions about fees and logistics.

What does an Individual Intensive session look like?

In these sessions, your therapist will work with you to help identify an area(s) to work on, and explore that issue in depth with you. We do a lot of experiential work here. The reason for that is, the brain in its wisdom has a pretty big separation between your cognitive parts and your feeling parts. Because of this, there are often issues that you can't think and talk your way out of, the "whoosh" comes up from your gut and you just can't seem to shift it, no matter how hard you try to talk it out. We want to create a space in which all of your brain can process a neural network in an integrated way. That means we use embodied techniques like Somatic Experiencing and yoga. We use image based work such as Sand Tray and Internal Family Systems, and trauma work such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Emotional Transformation Therapy, along with deep connection and talking about the issue to help your mind have a different experience that can translate to the rest of your life as soon as is right for you. Please contact the therapist you'd like to work with directly with any questions you may have about what their Intensive sessions look like.

What does a Couple's Intensive session look like?

In these sessions, your therapist will help identify the painful pattern, help you learn to identify it, and help you explore the idea of big change and if it is something you are ready to commit to. These sessions often look like a weaving back and forth of personal work with your partner present, and turning back to each other to practice the tools you are learning in real time. We believe that good relationship with yourself is so important to good relational health with a partner, and we want to help you be with both kinds of relationship in a healthy way. Our therapists focus on 5 planes of intimacy: physical, emotional, sexual, intellectual and spiritual. Please contact the therapist you'd like to work with directly with any questions you may have about what their Couple's Intensive sessions look like.

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Other IPNB Austin therapists offering Intensive Therapy

Please contact the therapist directly with any questions you may have about availability, pricing, or what their Intensive sessions look like.

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Kim loves working with people who are struggling with the ways trauma has effected their lives both as individuals and in couples. She utilizes SE, sand tray and ETT in her work. Sitting with Kim is to sit with an intuitive mind, her yoga training and history as a massage therapist make her naturally inclined to help clients become more deeply embodied. Kim loves working with couples and offers intensives as well as regular weekly sessions.

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Kelly's energy is gentle and curious. He has studied attachment theory and EMDR, and brings both to help clients with developmental trauma healing. Kelly does depth work with those wanting to solve dilemmas, explore relational health, and heal anxiety.  Kelly is bilingual in Spanish and English, and is also an experienced couples therapist. He utilizes RLT as his main guide to help couples gain connection and intimacy again.

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Rebecca specializes in experiential work and works with trauma recovery, self discovery and relational health in individuals. Rebecca's presence is full of wonder and wisdom, she is deeply here and with in ways that clients report feeling so seen they at last feel free to see themselves.

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Jami Lynn can weave together deep work and goal focused work seamlessly. Her heart is fully with her people, even while her mind puts together the puzzle that will help them unlock the way forward. If you are looking for both depth and efficiency Jami Lynn is a great choice. Her skill set is vast: she is trained in IFS, ETT, EMDR and sand tray. When it comes to both depth work and trauma healing, she has the tools to help. She loves talking about intimacy and finding your way to more pleasure and wholeness together.

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Jen is warm, welcoming and sharp. She has a vision for relational health that is clear and teachable. Jen has a focus is on teaching and coaching, as well as repair and healing with her couples. She also sees individual adults who want healthier relationships. Jen uses RLT, ETT and Sand Tray to assist all who come to her to find great relationships with themselves and their loved ones. 

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If you are looking for someone who is both straight forward and kind, you've found her. Ran brings clarity and grace to her work that helps her people feel safe and held while exploring their own inner clarity. She utilizes parts work, RLT, ETT and EMDR in her work and also has a focus on bringing people into compassionate connection with themselves. She works with couples, with those facing grief and with those working with perinatal complications and infertility struggles.