People are the most important assets in any organization, so shouldn't their mental health and well-being be a priority? These people encounter problems in both their personal and professional lives that greatly affect not only their mental and emotional health, but also their performance and productivity in the workplace.
Therapy at the office is not a new concept in other developed countries, or even other American cities. However, it is a concept that has not reached the DFW area on any notable scale. Monarch Society Wellness can help fill the void. See benefits of the service and how it works below. Let's put therapy to work!
Executive Concierge Counseling
Benefits of Executive Concierge Counseling
how it works
each company picks the same day of the week every week to conduct either half-day or full-day sessions
half-day sessions consist of 4 sessions, and full-day sessions consist of 8
half-day hours are 8am-12pm, 10am-2pm, or 12pm-4pm
HALF-DAY & FULL-DAY OPTIONS
therapist's individual concierge session price is $195; this will be reduced to $175 per session
company signs a contract with the therapist for two months initially, then contract is month-to-month
company pays for sessions at least 5 business days prior to the commencement of services
Therapist: Ryan Rodriguez
Ryan Sadkin Rodriguez is a Dallas native who grew up in the Park Cities. Ryan has bachelor degrees in sociology and government from The University of Texas at Austin; a juris doctor from Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now Texas A&M School of Law); and a master’s degree in counseling from Northwestern University. Ryan’s backgrounds in law, finance, and business, as well as her experience as a wife and mother, have positively influenced her effectiveness in counseling men and women seeking work-life balance. Specifically, Ryan’s greatest experience is in areas commonly seen in or affected and exacerbated by the workplace: anxiety, depression, burnout, communication and conflict resolution, substance use, codependency, and relationship issues, including both personal and professional. Ryan subscribes to the notion that “time is money,” so therapist will utilize an efficient and effective solution-focused therapy approach.