Brief Therapy will be run by Heather Kehoe, LMSW
Step 1: Identify – Identify the issue or problem you are having
Step 2: Focus – Decide on what your goal is, create forward focus
Step 3: Evaluate – What obstacles you are faced with
Step 4: Struggle – Behavior that needs to be changed
Step 5: Clarity – Become clear on what is standing in your way
Step 6: Own-It – Understand your inner struggles, how to avoid self sabotage
Step 7: Connect – Uncover particular behaviors that will aid your success
Step 8: Goals – How do we achieve our goal
Step 9: Growth – Thinking outside of the box to help your end result
Step: 10: Support – Identify who can you depend on in your journey to success
Step 11: Change – Inform your support circle of your commitment to this issue
Step: 12 Resolve – Review 11 weeks, have you reached your goal? What are common pitfalls to help avoid regression and to continue your journey?
The Brief Therapy Program is a 12-week, focused-therapy program based on a style of therapy called ‘Brief Psychotherapy‘. Our therapists work pro-actively with you in order to treat clinical and subjective conditions faster. The program is problem-centered, time-limited, non-medical.
The program includes:
• Initial assessment session, to determine suitability for the program
• A custom program will be created for you from your assessment results
• 12 weekly, 50-minute, individual sessions (via Secure, Live Chat)
• Most Insurance accepted in NYS
I am a Licensed Mastered Social Worker from Syracuse, NY.
I am passionate about my work with clients, families and service providers to formulate appropriate plans of action to ensure healing and positive qualities of life. I believe in the social justice of all humans, and strive to be a strong advocate for those whose voices have been oppressed. My background has encouraged a passion to always be open-minded, culturally competent in diversity, compassionate to those who feel hopeless, and be the change I wish to see in this world.
My expertise is in trauma transformed care to assist with backgrounds of PTSD related to domestic violence, sexual assault/abuse, community violence, and racism.