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ACT for individual therapy
Individual Therapy

Individual sessions are generally 45 minutes long and are on a weekly to bi-weekly basis. Sessions include cognitive-behavioral interventions (e.g. journaling, exposure and response prevention, activity scheduling, role playing,) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy six core processes. (acceptance, cognitive defusion, being present, self as context, values, and committed action). The therapist and the client will identify specific goals at the beginning of therapy which can be modified as the treatment continues.  Practicing and implementing new skills in between sessions is encouraged. Read more about what our therapy sessions are like under FAQs. 


Conditions treated: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety, Illness Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Agoraphobia, Perfectionism, Depression, Trichotillomania, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Adult ADHD, Life adjustment, Sleep disturbances, Personality Disorders, Eating Disorders (Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating). 

EFT for couples therapy
Couples Therapy

Couples therapy sessions are 60-minutes long and are held weekly or bi-weekly. No matter if you are dating, engaged, or married for many years, couples therapy can be beneficial during all stages of a relationship. The goal for couples counseling is to help create safe and secure attachment between partners and to enhance loving relationships. Most often, both partners will attend therapy together weekly, however, the second session will be split into two individual sessions. This allows us to explore your family and how past patterns may influence your current relationship. The main approaches used in couples therapy are Emotionally Focused Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy.


Relationship issues treated: R-OCD, Emotional disconnect, Premarital counseling, Marital issues, Lack of sex/intimacy, Bi-lingual/multicultural couples, Infidelity

ACT for OCD and anxiety
Intensive Treatment

Intensive treatment entails numerous sessions a week and/or longer sessions (90-minutes). It includes similar interventions to individual sessions but in a more concentrated manner. Intensive treatment is appropriate for individuals that have previously struggled with following a more traditional treatment. It might also benefit those who are facing more severe challenges and/or would like to see more immediate results in therapy. 

ACT for OCD and anxiety
Telemental Health Sessions

Telehealth allows the client to connect to their clinician through audio and video over the internet in a secure and safe way. The client can use their desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device (iOS or Android). Our practice is using an internet platform called Telehealth by SimplePractice. SimplePractice, LLC is our practice management software for scheduling, case management, telehealth, and therapy notes. SimplePractice, LLC, uses a HIPAA compliant software so your information will be securely kept. Just like a face-to-face appointment, your Telehealth visit will be private and confidential. Read more about basic tips and instructions on how to join a video session here.

Clinical Supervision
and Consultation

Kulliki Keller, LMHC, ACT provides supervision and consultation for students, early-career mental health professionals, and therapists who have an interest in learning or enhancing their skills in CBT and EFT. Supervision is offered either in-person or online. 

ACT and CBT supervision
“Psychological flexibility is about learning not to turn away from what is painful, instead turning toward your suffering in order to live a life full of meaning and purpose.”



Couples therapy


What to expect from an initial 15-minute phone consultation? 

The initial consultation helps us to get a better insight of your struggle and the specific need and also to determine if we would be a good fit. We explore briefly why you are seeking therapy and answer any questions you might have regarding the treatment. Read more about our approach here.

What are therapy sessions like? 

Individual sessions. You and your therapist will usually set an agenda for each meeting. The agenda might include a review of your experience in the previous session, your homework, one or two current problems, a review of what you’ve accomplished in this session, and homework for the next week. The focus of therapy is on how you are thinking (your “cognitions”), behaving, and communicating today, however, we also explore some early experiences to gain an insight of how these experiences might impact your life and learn how to develop a different relationship to these (often old) thoughts, feelings, memories and physical sensations. You should feel free to give your therapist feedback on your progress. This feedback from you is useful in order to figure out what works and what doesn’t work. Read more about individual therapy under services.

For couples sessions, please read more under services.

How much does the session cost? 

Session cost depends on the duration of the session and the need. The payment is due at the time of the appointment. Please call for current rates. 

Do you offer a sliding scale? 

Yes. We have a sliding scale available for those who qualify for income and other life circumstances. 

Do you accept insurance? 

No. We can provide documentation on a monthly basis for reimbursement, if your benefits allow. The fee may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan. Please contact your insurance company to determine your benefits for out-of-network outpatient "mental health". 

What is your cancellation policy? 

Should you need to cancel your appointment less than 48 hours prior to the session, full appointment fee will be charged.




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