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In order to protect the confidentiality of the clients, identifying information was omitted.

"Talking to family and close friends about trauma experienced in my life wasn’t cutting it for the support I needed. I’m so glad I made the decision to reach out to Amanda. She’s kind, empathetic, and has been such a guiding force for my life after trauma.  If you’re feeling the inclining inside of you that’s saying “I need help”, I would definitely recommend reaching out to Amanda."

"Amanda is the easiest person to talk to. I can talk to her and tell her whatever without being nervous of what she’ll think. While  I’ve only been seeing Amanda for a few months she’s helped me communicate to those around me in a better way. I’m a huge over thinker and she puts things in a different perspective for me to make easier decisions. Highly recommend to anyone on the fence!"

"When I first started with Amanda I didn’t really know what to expect and I was really shy. Amanda helped me to come out of my shell and talk about my problems. She helped me to realize my feelings and anxieties are valid and that I can work through and do not need to stop them all together. I have made so much progress with Amanda Rosentel and I am very grateful to have her in my life."

"Amanda has helped me so much- at first, I was a little nervous but we were able to connect so quickly. I am comfortable telling her everything. Even when I feel too tired to go to therapy, I leave feeling calm and happy. She is very sweet and she contributes to the conversation as well so it’s not awkward at all!"

"She's great, super helpful and communicative!!"

"Amanda gets right to it. Asks the tough questions which really brings focus to the proverbial elephant in the room and helps you help yourself."

"We have only had one session but Amanda was very attentive and was able to respond to my ramblings with very thoughtful questions and insights. I would highly recommend her to anyone looking to work on themself."

"So far Amanda has been nothing but helpful! She listened and offered wonderful suggestions and advice. I already felt a sense of relief from the first visit and can't wait to see how much better I feel after more!"

Testimonials & FAQ's: Testimonials


If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out.

What can I expect from therapy sessions, and how long do they last?

The initial session is getting to know you, and each other to see what we need to focus on in order to help you the best way possible. Information from your past will be gathered, we will talk about where you are in your current situation and where you want to be in the future. You are never required to answer anything you do not feel comfortable talking about. We move at a pace that is best for you.

Typical questions that are reviewed:

Have you been in therapy before?

What do you want to get from coming to therapy?

How will you know when you have achieved your goals?

What things have you tried that work and don't work?

Follow up sessions include an overview of the past week, exploring past situations, finding the root of each current problem, creating goals and a plan, etc. I come from a life coaching perspective, which helps to give you concrete ways to overcome the struggles in your life. 

The first session is typically the longest, follow up sessions can range from 30-50 minutes, depending on what you need. 

Do you take insurance?

I recently started taking insurance through a platform called Grow Therapy. You can click the link to find out more and schedule.

If I don't take your insurance, you can pay out of pocket and I can provide you with a receipt to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. You would need to contact your insurance company to see if this is an option. I also offer limited sliding scale slots, for those in difficult financial situations. If a sliding scale is something you might need, please feel free to reach out with any questions. 

How long will I need to go to therapy?

The journey is completely up to you; clients with long term trauma or struggles, possibly need longer periods of therapy. I've seen clients for as much as 6 years to some people needing only 1 session. I can tell you that, if you aren't experiencing any trauma or deep rooted mental health concerns and only dealing with an isolated situation, I've had some clients who only need 1-3 sessions. 

In the end it all depends on each individual person and situation. If you end up being in therapy longer than others, it is definitely not a negative thing. And comparing ourselves to others always leads to disappointment. I know there may still be a stigma against going to therapy, but I personally love it. I've been seeing my therapist for about 3 years on a weekly basis. It helps to put things in perspective, allows me time to reflect and be aware of what's working and what's not. The frequency of sessions can also be subjective. In the beginning I typically recommend weekly or biweekly for 1 month. Some people need weekly all the time and some titrate from weekly, to biweekly to monthly, and then as needed. 

You know you best. 

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