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1.    What is We-Taking Care? 

We-Taking Care is a mental well-being and communication organization that offers counseling, therapeutic interventions, and training services to individuals, couples, and groups.

2.    Who can benefit from We-Taking Care's services? 

We-Taking Care's services are designed to help anyone who is experiencing mental health issues, relationship difficulties, communication problems, or other life challenges that may impact their overall well-being.

3.    How do I book a session with a therapist or counselor? 

You can book a session with a therapist or counselor by contacting us by phone, email, or our website. Our team will help you choose the most appropriate therapist or counselor based on your needs.

4.    How much does a counseling session cost? 

The cost of a counseling session may vary depending on the service and the therapist or counselor you choose. Please contact us for more information on pricing.


5.    What types of therapeutic interventions does We-Taking Care offer? 

We-Taking Care offers a range of therapeutic interventions including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), psychodynamic therapy, family therapy, couples therapy, and group therapy.


6.    How do I know if I need counselling? 

If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, or other mental health issues that are impacting your daily life, counselling can be a helpful tool.


7.    What should I expect during a counselling session? 

During a counselling session, you can expect to have a safe and confidential space to discuss your concerns and work towards solutions.


8.    How many sessions will I need? 

The number of sessions needed may vary depending on the individual and the type of intervention required. Our therapists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs.


9.    Is We-Taking Care's services confidential? 

Yes, all of We-Taking Care's services are confidential. Our therapists and counselors adhere to strict ethical standards and maintain client confidentiality at all times.


10.    How do I know if therapy is right for me? 
Therapy may be beneficial for anyone who is experiencing mental health issues or life challenges that impact their overall well-being. Our therapists can help you determine if therapy is the right option for you.


11.    What if I'm not comfortable with my therapist? 

At We-Taking Care, we understand that a good therapeutic relationship is crucial to the success of therapy. If you're not comfortable with your therapist, we can help you find another therapist who is a better fit for you.


12.    How do I pay for my sessions? 

We-Taking Care accepts cash, credit cards, and online payments. Payment is due at the time of the session.


13.    Can I receive therapy online? 

Yes, We-Taking Care offers online therapy services for clients who are unable to attend in-person sessions.


14.    How do I prepare for my first therapy session? 

You don't need to do anything special to prepare for your first therapy session. Simply come with an open mind and be ready to talk about your concerns.


15.    How long does a therapy session last?

 A therapy session typically lasts between 50-60 minutes.


16.    What happens in a therapy session? 

In a therapy session, you will work with your therapist to explore your concerns, develop coping strategies, and work towards your goals.


17.    What should I expect from therapy? 

You should expect a safe, non-judgmental space where you can talk about your concerns and work towards positive change. Our therapists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your needs.


18.    Can couples attend therapy together? 

Yes, We-Taking Care offers couples therapy to help couples improve their communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen their relationship.

19.    What if I can't afford therapy?

We offer sliding-scale fees for those who cannot afford the full cost of therapy.


20.    How often should I attend therapy sessions? 

The frequency of therapy sessions varies depending on the individual and their specific needs. We recommend discussing this with your therapist.

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