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FAQs about therapy in Draper, Utah

You are wanting to start therapy in Draper, but you have some questions—understandably so. Below are some of the most frequently asked questions when starting therapy.

Draper, UT is a phenomenal place to live and raise a family. Although the scenery is beautiful and the community is welcoming, that doesn’t mean you don’t sometimes need support and guidance when life gets tough.

If you need help finding therapists in Draper, click here to view How to search for a therapist. If you have found a few therapists but need support choosing between them, click here to view Questions to ask a therapist before scheduling. If you want to better understand what to expect when starting therapy, click here to view What to expect from therapy.

Frequently Asked Questions about therapy in Draper

Therapy is new to you, and it can be confusing to try and figure out how it works. You have questions and I’d like to answer them! Here are some of the most frequently asked questions when starting therapy:

How frequently will I need to schedule sessions?

This depends on your presenting concerns and goals, though therapy is often scheduled once weekly for 60 minutes and then session frequency decreases as goals are reached.


What if I tell the therapist something personal?

Psychologists and therapists are required to keep information confidential under most circumstances. If you have any questions or concerns about confidentiality, bring them up in your next session.

Can I have a session in-person or via telehealth?

This depends on your therapist. Some providers only see clients via telehealth, others only see clients in person, and some do a mixture of the two. It’s important to clarify this with your therapist before scheduling to ensure that they provide treatment in the modality you are seeking.


How do I know if my therapist is a good fit for me?

This is a very personal decision, but overall it is important that you are comfortable in session and that you feel as though your therapist listens to you.

A free therapy consultation in Draper

Hopefully this helps answer some of your questions about therapy in Draper, UT. If you are still having difficulty or feeling stuck, feel free to call me at (801)-613-9184 for a free 15-minute phone consultation. I’d be happy to answer additional questions and direct you to the right person. If you are looking for parent training or challenging behavior support for your children, you can read more about how I can help HERE.

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