Intensive Therapy with
Juliane Taylor Shore

About Jules

Jules works through a lens of Interpersonal Neurobiology, and she uses that lens as a guiding principle in her work. She's trained in many modalities of therapy, and might utilize tools from any of the models in which she's trained. Jules is a Somatic Experiencing (SE) practitioner, an Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapist, a Relational Life therapist (RLT), and an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist. She also uses Sand Tray and Emotional Transformation Therapy in her work. Her thoughts about how deep neural networks shift are in line with the research on memory reconsolidation.

Individual Intensives

After working for years in more long term, traditional therapy, Jules began working with people in a more short term, intensive format. With this format, she found that the response she had gotten from people was overwhelmingly positive. 

 

The Intensive model is different because you all focus on shifts you want to make in one or two major areas of your life. For example, some people have come in wanting to not yell at their kids anymore, some have come in wanting to learn self-compassion, wanting to set boundaries at work, and wanting to have connection with others after having spent a ton of time closed off.  

 

You will spend your first two hour session with us getting clear on what you want to shift in the intensive and discovering what inner subconscious structures may be holding the behavior or feeling state in place.

 

If you've been in therapy before, you might have noticed that about 20-30 minutes of your weekly therapy is usually taken up with reconnecting with your therapist and catching them up on everything that has been happening up to now. With the intensive format, no time is spent doing that because the sessions are longer and spaced closely together. When you do the math, 20 hours of  therapy in an intensive is equal to about 40 regular hours of therapy. That's 10 months of therapy in just a few weeks.

 

The first part of the intensive is...well, intense. You will work in 2-3 hour sessions for 14 hours and complete that work in about 7-15 days. Then, follow up sessions will happen for the next few weeks until you complete the 20 hour intensive. 

 

The intensive will likely include much of the following (each person is different, so she tailors the work to your needs):

  • Learn new skills

  • Psychoeducation on the brain

  • Trauma Recovery Work

  • Identify one or more core problematic patterns 

  • Practices that will interrupt that pattern

  • Practices that will create new healthy patterns

  • Create a plan to move forward in health

Couple's Intensives

For a lot of couples, the pain that they are wanting to heal from and the growth they are hoping for feels too urgent to slowly work through over months or years. That is exactly why Jules decided to create her intensive model. 

 

She uses Relational Life Therapy and Interpersonal Neurobiology as her primary modalities and interweave these trauma recoveries (she is trained in many forms of trauma recovery) to work with her couples to heal the heart of the problem, so that each partner can find the most authentic version of themselves and bring that self into relationship with skill and health.

 

If you have been in therapy before, you might have noticed that about 20-30 minutes of your weekly therapy is taken up with reconnecting with your therapist and catching them up on everything that has been happening up to now. With the intensive format, no time is spent doing that because the sessions are long and spaced spaced closely together. So, when you do the math, 20 hours of couples therapy in an intensive is equal to about 40 regular hours of therapy. That's 10 months of therapy in just a few weeks.

 

The first part of the intensive is...well, intense. You will work in 2-3 hour sessions for 14 hours and complete that work in about 7-15 days. Then, follow up sessions will happen for the next few weeks until you complete the 20 hour intensive.  

 

The intensive will likely include much of the following (each person is different, so she tailors the work to your needs):

  • Learn new skills

  • Psychoeducation on the brain

  • Witness each person’s individual work

  • Identify one or more core problematic patterns in your interactions

  • Practices that will interrupt that pattern

  • Practices that will create new healthy patterns

  • Create a plan to move forward in health

 

Want to do Intensive Therapy with Juliane Taylor Shore?

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About working with Jules in an ongoing way...

Jules is not available to take on regular clients at this time, she is only accepting clients for intensive therapy. If weekly therapy is a better fit for you, check out the list of affiliates.