The Janec Therapy process; What to expect

1. Counselling Process

To book a session, use our online booking system. We also offer a free initial ten (10-minute consultation phone call. Please book this online.

3. Second and subsequent sessions

Going forward, you will work with your therapist to begin addressing the reasons why you are in therapy. As you make progress, if your therapy goals change, or new concerns arise, do not hesitate to discuss these with your therapist.

4. Session frequency

People often ask, “How often do I need to come for therapy?” To help you determine this, it is important to keep in mind: your current situation, the intensity of your presenting concerns, your goals, and the rate of change you are seeking. You will work with your therapist and agree a session frequency that is right for you.

5. Ending Therapy

A primary goal of counselling is to develop the confidence and skills to navigate life’s challenges—or at least the challenges that brought you to counselling. This doesn’t mean that you don’t ever seek support—in fact, I hope you do—but that you feel comfortable making decisions that benefit you and your situation and that you’re clear on what your options and choices are. Sometimes clients think that they cannot have a conversation with their counsellor about ending therapy. This is not true! Ideally, we have a conversation about winding things down so that we can review your progress and discuss a plan for moving forward on your own successfully.

Frequency Of Sessions

this is ideal for people currently in crisis who require intense, immediate attention. Two sessions per week. Intensive therapy is dependent on scheduling availability.

Opportunity to make solid gains and meet your therapy goals. One session a week, depending on availability.

This is for people who are seeking to maintain gains made in therapy and, or begin to explore goals more independently. One session every two weeks.

One session every 3-4 weeks. This is for people who may have some chronic, or enduring concerns that are not all-consuming, and not too distressing. Light support frequency enables clients to maintain focus and sustain therapy gains.

Almost all goals have been reached but you may have a concern about maintenance over the long term.