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Not all therapy is created equal. Learn What Works, so you and your family can get back to living life to the fullest.

Therapy should work

In other words, therapy should be a focused intervention, grounded in research and science, that equips young people and families with effective tools to manage challenges.  
All Do What Works clinicians use evidence-based treatments, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). 

Goal oriented & time limited

At Do What Works, we believe therapy is a focused tool that helps young people and their families achieve goals and get back into their lives. Accordingly, our clinicians work hard to help patients learn new skills, including practicing outside of sessions, so they can become their own therapist and get back to fully living as soon as possible!

Expertise in anxiety, stress, and OCD

The Do What Works team has extensive experience working with young people who experience social anxiety, hard to control worries, panic attacks, obsessions and compulsions, phobias (e.g., vaccines, dogs), and difficulty separating from caregivers, among other concerns. 
Dealing with anxiety is tough. We strive to keep treatment engaging, collaborative, and often (our patients tell us!) fun.  

Therapy Services

we work with children, teens, young adults, and their families. We match our treatment approach to each patient’s needs

Individual Therapy

Individual Therapy; 45-minute weekly 1:1 therapy for kids, teens, and young adults

Parent Coaching

Parent Coaching; 45-minute weekly skills coaching for parents and caregivers

Intensive Treatment

Intensive Treatment; Customized therapy “dose” for young people or families in need of more support than once weekly therapy

Additional Information

Do What Works is self-pay only. We do not partner with any insurance companies. We can prepare documentation for you to submit to your insurance company for any out of network benefits you may have. We strongly suggest you check with your insurance company about out of network benefits prior to beginning work with us.  
o   We have limited availability to respond to crisis situations. Accordingly, it is very important that you are aware of other services available in the event of a crisis. If you or your child experience a crisis or emergency, call 988, go to your local emergency room, or call the statewide Emergency State Program/Mobile Crisis Intervention (ESP/MCI) at 1-877-382-1609.
o   You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for your work with Do What Works. For more detailed information about a Good Faith Estimate, please click here

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