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Concierge Therapy

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Concierge Therapy

What is Concierge Therapy?

Concierge mental health services offer a personalized and comprehensive approach to mental health care, tailored to meet the individual needs of each client. Unlike traditional mental health services that might operate within more rigid schedules, concierge services provide clients with direct access to their therapist, often outside of standard office hours. This can include a variety of communication methods such as phone calls, texts, or emails, ensuring support is available when it’s needed most.

The model is designed around the concept of offering more personalized care, which can include home visits, private sessions, and a more intensive level of support and consultation. This approach allows for deeper therapeutic relationships, more immediate interventions when crises arise, and the flexibility to adjust treatment plans in real-time based on the evolving needs of the client.

For individuals seeking a more tailored and accessible form of mental health support, concierge services can be incredibly beneficial. They cater especially well to clients with busy schedules, those who prefer a higher degree of privacy, or individuals looking for a more hands-on and responsive therapeutic experience. The focus is on providing quality care that’s not only reactive but also proactive, engaging in ongoing wellness and preventive strategies to support overall mental health and personal development.

What are the benefits of Concierge Therapy?

Here’s a closer look at the key benefits of opting for concierge therapy:

  • Immediacy: One of the standout features of concierge therapy is the prompt response to clients’ needs. If there is a pressing issue that can’t wait until the next appointment or a sudden crisis, clients can receive immediate support and intervention. This aspect of concierge therapy ensures that individuals have access to help right when they need it, providing a safety net that traditional therapy models may lack.
  • Direct Access: Clients benefit from direct and more frequent access to their therapist. This can include various forms of communication like calls, texts, or emails, allowing for a continuous therapeutic dialogue outside of scheduled sessions. Such direct access helps in maintaining momentum in the therapeutic process, facilitating ongoing support and guidance.
  • Flexibility: Concierge therapy stands out for its adaptability to the client’s schedule and needs. Appointments can be made outside of conventional office hours, accommodating busy or unpredictable lifestyles. This flexibility also extends to the location of sessions, with options for home visits, virtual meetings, or other convenient settings, making it easier to integrate therapy into daily life.
  • Privacy: Given the nature of concierge therapy, clients often experience a greater degree of privacy. The personalized approach, coupled with the avoidance of crowded waiting rooms, interaction with receptionists, and the option for home visits, ensures a highly confidential service. This can be particularly appealing for those who value discretion in their therapeutic journey.
  • Comprehensive Care: Concierge therapy provides a holistic and comprehensive approach to mental health care. Therapists can offer more than just talk therapy; they’re able to integrate various therapeutic modalities and interventions tailored to the client’s specific needs. This might include a combination of EMDR intensive work, CBT, DBT, somatic work, and personalized wellness strategies, ensuring a well-rounded and effective treatment plan.

Who is Concierge Therapy for?

Concierge Therapy caters to a diverse range of clients, each with their unique needs and lifestyles. Here are some key groups who might find concierge therapy particularly beneficial:

  • Busy Professionals: Individuals with demanding careers often find it challenging to fit traditional therapy sessions into their schedules. Concierge therapy’s flexibility allows for appointments outside of standard business hours, accommodating even the busiest calendars.
  • High-Profile Individuals: Those in the public eye or with high-profile careers may prefer concierge therapy for its enhanced privacy and discretion. The ability to have sessions in private settings, away from the public eye, can be invaluable.
  • Parents and Caregivers: For those balancing the responsibilities of caring for children or other family members, finding time for therapy can be difficult. Concierge therapy offers the flexibility to have sessions at home or at times that fit within a complex family schedule.
  • Individuals with Mobility or Health Issues: For people who have difficulty leaving their homes due to physical health issues, mobility challenges, or mental health conditions like severe anxiety or agoraphobia, concierge therapy provides a crucial service by offering home visits or online sessions.
  • Those Seeking Intensive Support: Individuals who are going through a particularly tough time or facing acute mental health challenges may require more intensive support than traditional therapy can offer. The immediacy and direct access provided by concierge therapy ensure that help is available when needed most.
  • People Looking for a Tailored Approach: Clients who value a therapy process that is closely aligned with their personal development goals, lifestyle, and preferences will find concierge therapy’s customized approach highly beneficial. This model allows for a deeper, more nuanced understanding between therapist and client, enabling more effective and personalized interventions.

Concierge therapy is not limited to these groups alone but is suitable for anyone who desires a more bespoke, flexible, and responsive mental health service. It’s particularly effective for those who are committed to their mental health journey and are looking for a service that can adapt to their evolving needs and circumstances. By providing a blend of immediacy, direct access, flexibility, privacy, and comprehensive care, concierge therapy meets the modern-day demands for a more personalized and accessible approach to mental health care.

What does Concierge Therapy Acutally Look Like?

Below are some examples of what Concierge Therapy can look like with clients.  Names and certain identifying information have been changed to facilitate anonymity.*

  1. Chelsea* faces significant challenges with indecision. Our weekly sessions are complemented by almost daily text, email and or phone exchanges because she often finds herself caught in a cycle of indecision over minor tasks, which affects her ability to function effectively in her roles as a parent and professional. Although I don’t provide direct solutions or answers in our correspondence, I emphasize an important perspective that tends to be overlooked in moments of anxiety: choosing something inevitably means not choosing something else, and vice versa. This means that a sense of loss accompanying decisions is a normal part of the process and doesn’t indicate that her previous or current choices are mistakes.
  2. Abby* is grappling with high functioning depression, which has significantly strained her relationships with her support network, including her spouse, friends, and family, due to constant negative and repetitive thoughts. Our daily check-ins, which vary from 15 minutes to an hour, play an essential role in helping her navigate each day as she anticipates the start of her new position at a local law firm.  Chelsea is hopeful that as she transitions into her new role, her symptoms will subside. Until then, she depends on my support to maintain the belief that her depression will eventually improve.
  3. Miraim*, a high-ranking executive in a multinational corporation, often finds herself overwhelmed by the pressures of her job, leading to anxiety and stress that affect both her work and personal life. Despite knowing she needs support, Miraim’s demanding schedule makes it nearly impossible to seek traditional therapy services. With concierge therapy, she has direct access to me via phone or email, allowing her to receive immediate guidance during moments of acute stress, regardless of the time or her location. This access helps Miraim manage her anxiety effectively, ensuring it doesn’t escalate into a larger crisis, while also fitting into her unpredictable schedule.

Are there any drawbacks to Concierge Therapy?

Yes. The cost.

One of the most significant drawbacks of concierge therapy is the cost. Because it offers a higher level of personalized service, including direct access to therapists outside of regular sessions, concierge therapy can be more expensive than traditional therapy models. This cost is not covered by insurance, making it less accessible for individuals with limited financial resources.

Limited Availability

Our practice limits the membership to 7 clients per calendar year. This means that there may not be adequate openings to meet the demand for services.

What is the cost of membership?

Packages begin at $1500 per month. To learn more, please send an email to

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