Teresa Thompson is delighted to share that she is expanding her practice and will now be doing business as Salt River Therapy. Thompson has been working as a BIPOC & LGBTQ-affirming psychotherapist in Brooklyn for the past several years. Growing and adapting as an expert in her profession was a driving factor in the decision to rebrand and expand operations. The organization made the strategic choice to rebrand with a new visual identity so that its capabilities in the health services sector would be better represented. Salt River Therapy will open for business with a new website and the addition of Jack Skelton as an associate therapist.
To discover how Salt River Therapy can help you, visit their website at https://saltrivertherapy.com/
Salt River Therapy is a place where you can feel secure because of the groundwork Teresa has established. Individual or couples counseling is available at their practice for people over the age of 18 who want a safe space to express their feelings, focus on self-care, and receive help. The new name, Salt River Therapy, better conveys its mission to help clients become more open and self-aware so that they can discover their own innate healing and growth potential.
Additional mental health insights can be accessed at https://saltrivertherapy.com/insights/
Zoom is used by Salt River therapists to conduct virtual sessions with clients. Thanks to the accessibility of telehealth, the therapists are able to conduct virtual sessions with patients located anywhere in New York or New Jersey. Additionally, Teresa also has limited in-person availability at their office in Downtown Brooklyn.
“Our small, specialized practice provides a level of care that is personalized and custom-tailored to each patient’s specific needs,” Teresa said. “This level of attention is unavailable at large group offices and clinics. We place high importance on our ability to connect patients with seasoned therapists who genuinely understand them and are not afraid to talk about challenging topics. Book a free phone consultation to learn more about our approach – I look forward to hearing from you.”
In therapy, you will find a safe and supportive environment in which you may deepen your understanding of who you are and the experiences you’ve had, allowing you to confront the issues that have been hurting you for a long time.
Allow Salt River Therapy to assist you in uncovering the vulnerable, healing, and growth potential that lies inside you. To schedule a free phone consultation, you can book directly into their calendars. For general inquiries, please email [email protected] They respond to emails, calls, and text messages at their earliest convenience on business days.
Salt River Therapy
44 Court St. Suite 1217
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