The Avocy Difference

How Does Avocy Therapy Work?

Therapy is a place where you can talk about your fears, dreams, shame, worries, excitement, and emotions with complete privacy and without judgement. Whether your struggling with intrusive thoughts, addiction, or with a relationship, therapy is a place where you can safely unpack those thoughts. With privacy comes the ability to be authentic. And with authenticity, you’ll craft your goals for what you’d like to see differently in your life. Whether it’s making different decisions, reacting to challenges more effectively, becoming a better partner, or finding balance, therapy is a way to reach to those works. You’ll meet with your dedicated therapist twice a week initially to help gain perspective into your own personal goals and realize a path of progression.

What Can I Expect From Avocy?

Your first appointment will be with a clinical lead to get a better understanding of your history and what your goals are for therapy. From there, you’ll be paired with the best therapist based on your needs. We don’t believe a quick questionnaire is enough information to make the best therapeutic match for you. Once you have your therapist, you’ll spend the first several weeks during Phase 1 meeting twice a week to unpack your specific challenges and develop your personalized plan for growth. This will transition into Phase 2 where individual therapy is complimented with family or couples therapy. You’ll continue to work on your own progression but also focus on building healthy and strong relationships. Phase 3 is the final bridge between the work you’ve accomplished in Phase 1 & 2 and reaching your one-year milestones.



Treatment Progression

Treatment is a process from day 1 to day 1,000

Rapid Therapy

We understand it can be difficult to feel like you’re making progress with a new therapist when you’re only meeting once per week. At Avocy, you’ll initially work with your therapist during Phase 1 twice per week to help overcome these challenges and make meaningful progress more quickly.

Weekly Therapy

During Phase 2 of treatment, you’ll step down to once-a-week therapy based on your needs, goals, and progress. Additionally, this is when most patients engage in family or couples therapy to compliment their existing goals. The focus in weekly therapy is generally connection and improving the way you connect with those around you.

Regular Therapy

During Phase 3, therapy is typically once or twice a month and meant to help provide longer-term support as you work toward your one-year milestones. By maintaining your therapist, you’ll have additional support along the way if you ever need it.

Rapid Therapy

Build Connection. Accelerate Growth. Therapy Reimagined

Individual Therapy Twice Weekly

At Avocy, you’ll have access to your dedicated therapist twice a week for the first four to six weeks of starting treatment. More therapy, faster progress, and all covered by most insurance plans.

Flexible Scheduling

Therapy on your schedule. Create a weekly routine that works, but with the flexibility to work around your life and events as they come up.

Customized Treatment

You’ll work with your therapist to focus on your own goals and personal journey. At Avocy, there is no one-size-fits-all approach. Rather, we have proven phase approach to guide your personalized journey.

Benefits of Twice Weekly Therapy

Build a connection faster

More time to explore different therapeutic approaches

Better tailored care for your needs

Have you ever struggled to connect with a new therapist? Or felt like you were just starting to make meaningful progress when the hour is up? Or struggled to remember where you left off last session?

Waiting a full week between sessions with a new therapist can feel disruptive. Have peace of mind at Avocy that you’ll have the support you’ll need to find meaningful inner discovery.

Weekly Therapy

Build Connection. Accelerate Growth. Therapy Reimagined

Working through couples or family therapy can be incredibly rewarding. But often, it comes at the expense of pausing your own individual therapy. At Avocy, you’ll have a dedicated family therapist and a dedicated individual therapist. This way you can continue your individual progress while working to rebuild, repair, and better connect with the important people in your life. Learn more about the phases of treatment at Avocy today.


Learn more about how to process and internalize your thoughts in a healthy way.


Build tools to better resolve conflict in your day to day life.


Understand how to create and hold healthy boundaries.

Regular Therapy

Every other week or once per month. Extra support if you need it.

During Phase 3 of treatment, our program is built to help you achieve the life you envision for yourself. The focus is on purpose, long-term goal development, and building the confidence to reach the next stage of your path. If there are challenges along the way, you’ll have extra support available as you need it. Define a better version of yourself and realize it at Avocy.

The Future

Long term relationships are a huge predictor of future success in recovery. Avocy is designed to be a partner for the long haul and we've built the flexibility that requires into all of our programs. No matter what you're looking for, Avocy offers a means for you to continue your recovery journey well supported and thriving.

Evidence-Based Approach to Treatment

The Science

"There is consistent evidence that the quality of the therapeutic alliance is linked to the success of psychotherapeutic treatment across a broad spectrum of types of patients, treatment modalities used, presenting problems, contexts, and measurements"

FOCUS, The Journal of Lifelong Learning in Psychology
National Center for Biotechnology Information
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy (Journal)

Clinical Interventions

Utillizing the latest research & clinical approaches

Acceptance Commitment Therapy ("ACT")

ACT is an empirically based psychological intervention that uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies along with commitment and behavior-change strategies to increase psychological flexibility.


Existenialism focuses on concepts that are universally applicable to human existence including death, freedom, responsibility, and the meaning of life.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing ("EMDR")

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is a form of exposure therapy utilized for processing traumatic memories such as PTSD using bilateral movement.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy ("CBT")

Cognitive behavioral therapy is a psycho-social intervention that aims to reduce symptoms of various mental health conditions, primarily depression and anxiety disorders. Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the most effective means of treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders.

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy ("DBT")

Dialectic Behavioral Therapy is an adaptation of CBT designed to help patients struggling with particularly intense emotions and intense stress.

Mindfulness-based CBT

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy is an approach to psychotherapy that uses cognitive behavioral therapy methods in collaboration with mindfulness meditative practices and similar psychological strategies.

Narrative Therapy

Narrative therapy helps patients identify their values and the skills associated with them. It provides the patient with knowledge of their ability to live these values so they can effectively confront current and future problems.

Diverse Approach

Experience diverse clinical approaches through group therapy

At Avocy, we take a different approach to group therapy that focuses on meaningful, reflective, and relatable topics. We don’t utilize traditional treatment groups such as worksheets, processing, or psychoeducation. Rather, our groups focus on the challenges of the human condition: recognizing our own ego, reframing in anger, understanding our own emotions, recognizing toxicity, and much more. What you’ll find at Avocy is a group peers focused on overcoming similar challenges in their recovery journey.

A Few Of Our Groups:

Discovering The Inner Child

Work with your group and therapists to discover what drives you today and learn how to live with our own narratives and live joyfully.

Controlling How We Communicate

The language we use and the methods we use to communicate help to define how others see us. Working together, we can change how we interact with others to improve our own lives.

Conflict In The Workplace

Work means conflict and navigating this conflict successfully and with professionalism is a challenge for everyone. With your group, explore common ways to work through conflict productively.

And More...

Take control of your recovery journey.

Connect with one of our full time therapists and build out a customized program that focuses on what you want and need.