Get To Know Kindred
Claim your power, and bring along your full humanity.
Clear the way for others to do the same.
Because what our families,
and the world needs
is nothing more–and nothing less–
than exactly who we are.
–Abby Wambach, Wolfpack
Take some time to read about the psychologists and therapists who choose to work together at Kindred Psychology. We suggest making a list with some notes about the providers that seem especially well suited to your needs. (It’s a challenge to sift through all the bios on Psychology Today to find just the right companion for the therapeutic journey!) What stands out about different providers? What’s attractive about their practices? Who seems to align with your values?
Therapy is a collaborative process, so imagine working together with each person. Can you envision yourself sitting across from them in the office photos you see? Research tells us that the working relationship between therapist and client is a strong predictor of a positive outcome, so choose people who seem relatable to you. Perhaps give a call or send a message to those clinicians on your list to inquire about their availability.
If you need help choosing, feel free to send a message to Courtney, our Office Coordinator. We know each other pretty well around here, and we enjoy making stellar matches between clinicians and clients!