What is solution-focused therapy (SFT)?
A short-term therapy style that focuses on exploring what improvement looks like and acting on it. It is less insight-oriented than other forms of therapy and generally lasts between 5 and 8 sessions. Each session is about 45 minutes long.
Click on the image or here for a free, short questionnaire to help you determine what effects the pandemic and response are creating in your life.
PHL Therapy Collective is focusing this service on anxiety and isolation issues given the unusual circumstances we as a society find ourself in at this time. SFT can be used for relationship therapy and we are not ruling out working with other mental health and relationship needs. If you are interested in a more in-depth style of therapy, the work you have been doing with a therapist can switch to another type of therapy once initial stressors are coped with in a better way.
We are providing a mix of worksheets to track mood and progress in between sessions, helpful, fact-based information, as well as studied mind/body elements for you try.
Sessions are done via Skype, and payment is by Venmo. We are not limiting this to clients who can transition to in-person therapy in Philadelphia in the future. Standard sliding scale at this time is $30 and $50 for relationship sessions. If you have additional extenuating circumstances, please let us know prior to starting therapy.
Contact Brian Swope, LMFT via email or phone at 215.764.5469 to set up an appt.
3, 2, 1 ... Launch!
Welcome to the newly formed and soon to be growing Philadelphia Therapy Collective.