Here’s what you really need to know: therapy is all about relationships.
Dr. Jameson has a casual and friendly style to help you feel open and trusting of the therapeutic process. By fostering a comfortable environment of trust, where everyone can say the hard things, you’ll be empowered to learn, grow, and also be empowered to leave the office and be the very best version of yourself.
Dr. Kelly Jameson was trained as systems therapist (specifically Bowenian Therapy) and practices mostly narrative therapy and CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), which means she helps you to see how one thought or behavior affects all of your “life systems”, such as family, school, work, and sense of self.
Working to change the thought or behavior in a positive way can have a ripple effect through all of your life.
It’s important that you feel comfortable with whomever your therapist is; if you’re sitting across from a therapist that you don’t feel comfortable with, you’ve got the wrong therapist! If you sit with Dr. Jameson for your first visit and don’t feel it’s a good match, then she’s not the therapist for you.
And, that’s OK! Therapy is hard, and you’re going to say hard things and be asked hard questions. You need to find a therapist that best fits your needs and personality, and frankly, we think you’ll love Dr. Jameson.
But there’s only one way to find out, and that’s to get in touch.
Dr. Jameson is an out-of-network insurance provider, but she will provide you with the proper receipt for you to submit to your insurance for possible reimbursement. Depending on your health care provider some fees for therapy may be covered or eligible for a percentage of reimbursement as out-of-network mental health services. If you opt to file with your insurance it is your responsibility to know the type of mental health or behavioral health coverage you carry on your plan as well as the limitations of that coverage.
Texas Licensure #66080