Rena Staub Fisher



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Free 30-minute Strategy Session

If you're feeling overwhelmed, adrift, anxious, depressed, scared, or stuck about all of the challenges of your twenties, this is the place to begin. Contact me at to schedule your free initial consultation so that we can get clear on how best I can help you overcome the obstacles you're facing. We'll discuss the challenges in your life, explore how we can work together, and set your goals for treatment. 


First time in therapy? 

Q: How do I know if therapy, or you as a therapist, is the right fit for me?

A: A central part of therapy is building a safe, trusting relationship with your therapist, in which you feel comfortable discussing the issues you most struggle with. You may feel comfortable speaking with me right away, or it may take you a few sessions to decide-- either one is totally okay. Deciding whether we're a good fit takes intuition and a little time for us to get to know one another.

Q: What can I expect in treatment?

A: In your first session, you and I will dive into what brings you to treatment and explore relevant current and historical information. Once we begin to roll up our sleeves and work together, you will make connections to better understand your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I'll help you make changes to get un-stuck and learn the tools you'll need to address new challenges as they arise.

You don’t need to come to therapy with an agenda prepared; your only job is to show up ready to be present, curious, and open to learning about yourself.

Q: How long do you suggest your clients are in therapy? How often should I come?

A: Every person is different. Growth takes time and effort, and it's impossible to quantify how long treatment will be because each patient's needs and goals are so unique. Some people are in treatment for 6 months, 1 year, 2 years, or even 5 years. It's all about what's right for you. My goal is to help you learn how to live your life in a way that feels rich, authentic, and sustainable for you. 

While biweekly scheduling is sometimes possible, your therapy will be much more powerful and produce results sooner if you can commit to one session per week.

Q: Is psychotherapy confidential?

A: All information discussed in our sessions is strictly confidential, according to HIPAA standards. There are a few exceptions to confidentiality that are essential for your safety; I am happy to discuss this with you during your first session. 




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