Services Provided by Ryan Rodriguez
Traditional Therapy (Individuals and Couples)
Good old-fashioned therapy, minus the musty sofa.
$250 per 50-minute session
Therapist incorporates an eclectic mix of the most effective talk therapies, including psychodynamics, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), emotion-focused therapy (EFT), and reality-based therapy (RBT). Eye-movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR) is offered if clinically indicated. Therapy can be conducted through a Christian worldview, an agnostic worldview, or using no faith at all. If substance use disorder (addiction) is indicated, Twelve Step framework will be utilized.
Structured, Short-Term Therapy
For those who don't want to be in therapy indefinitely.
$2,000 per 8-week unit
Therapy includes one 50-minute counseling and psychoeducation session weekly for eight weeks on specific topics. Topics currently include codependency, substance abuse recovery, and communication / conflict resolution. These 8-week units are efficient and effective, as each week has a sub-topic with accompanying action steps and homework assignments between sessions. By the end of the 8 weeks, clients will have all of the tools they need to navigate situations when these issues arise. This structure is best for those who are motivated, goal-oriented, and don’t want to stay in therapy indefinitely. Payment can be divided into two equal payments--one prior to the first appointment and one before the fifth appointment.
When a week between sessions is just too long.
Clients receive daily access to therapist via phone calls up to 30 minutes. Both therapy and coaching are available in this package. This option is great for clients who are trying to get sober, going through a break-up, new in town, or experiencing other major life transitions.
Bringing therapy to the workplace.
$250 per 50-minute session for 4-hour minimum
Counseling services are conducted in the workplace environment, either in a conference room, vacant private room, or client’s own office. Therapist comes to a company's office for either a half-day of four sessions or a full-day of eight sessions. Half-day hours can be 8am-12pm; 12pm-4pm; or 10am-2pm. Full-day hours are 8am-4pm. The initial contract with the therapist will be for two months, then month-to-month thereafter. Therapy services are paid for by company. Learn more here.
Learning to Navigate Parenting After Divorce
$250 per 50-minute session
Former spouses work together to develop and execute a plan to raise well-adjusted and resilient children through separation or divorce. Clients will dismantle their spousal relationship and develop a health co-parenting relationship. New routines and healthy communication are established, and clients learn how to emotionally support their children and each other.
Comprehensive Wellness Evaluation (Adult)
When you just don't feel "right," but can't put your finger on why. Expedites the therapeutic process significantly!
$2,500 for Assessment, Interview, Report, and Recommendations
Therapist utilizes a battery of fifteen mental health assessments to screen for depression, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety and attachment injury, maladaptive personality traits, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, post-traumatic stress, agoraphobia, panic disorder, acute stress, and dissociative symptoms. Therapist conducts an in-depth interview of client to gain information on client's history and context. Based on the data and interview, therapist will write a comprehensive report of her findings, including preliminary diagnoses, and make specific recommendations for client's treatment moving forward. The digital report will be delivered electronically no more than 7 days after the completion of the assessments and interview. This work product can then be taken to any therapist, giving them the therapeutic process a jumpstart!
Comprehensive Wellness Evaluation (Child Age 11-17)
Helpful for parents who wants some answers and direction.
$3,000 for Assessment, Interview, Report, Recommendations, and Follow-Up
Therapist utilizes a battery of sixteen mental health assessments to screen for depression (including suicide risk), non-suicidal self-injury, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, separation anxiety and attachment injury, maladaptive personality traits, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, post-traumatic stress, agoraphobia, panic disorder, acute stress, substance abuse, trauma, dissociative symptoms, and inattention. Therapist conducts two in-depth interviews---one with parents and one with the child---to gain a well-rounded understanding of the child's history and various environments. Based on the data and interviews, therapist will write a comprehensive report of her findings, including preliminary diagnoses, and make specific recommendations for the child's treatment moving forward. The digital report will be delivered electronically no more than 7 days after the completion of the assessments and two interviews. An optional follow-up meeting with the child's parents may be scheduled and conducted after parents' receipt of the report.
Drug & Alcohol Evaluations
For court, your employer, or just because.
$500 for Assessment, Interview, Urinalysis, and Report
Evaluations include the administration of the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory (SASSI), an assessment that is backed by over 30 years of research, and is widely respected by courts and employers alike; a one-on-one interview; and a urinalysis drug and alcohol screening. A comprehensive, written report will be delivered electronically within 5 business days. Delivery may be expedited to as little as 24 hours for an additional fee of $100.
Drug & Alcohol Intervention
Getting your loved one the help they need.
$4,000 for Planning and Facilitating an Intervention
Interventions can be very helpful when the drug and/or alcohol abuser has quit listening to his or her family, and the family is exhausted from trying to get their loved one to get help. Intervention planning will include a 50-minute family and/or friend meeting, open communication between the therapist and family/friends, assistance in writing letters to be read to the loved one, and the meticulous coordination of details including where everyone will sit during the intervention to picking the right facility for the loved one. The actual intervention will take place in a mutually agreed upon setting, with a 4-hour window allotted for commencement of the intervention up to the loved one's final answer.