It's all the same messaging... just written in a different font.
the magazines of the 2000’s set us up for unrealistic expectations of our bodies.
While we can all appreciate a good work-to-date night outfit,
the rom-coms of the 90’s set us up for unrealistic expectations of how relationships should work.
While we can all appreciate a good happily-ever-after,
(or really every movie from your younger years)
Being a human is a really hard experience. Like really hard. If you’ve ever felt yourself having a Ross Geller moment telling everyone around you that “it’s fine, you’re fine” only to feel like you’re one comment about your body away from losing your shit, then you’ll feel comfortable here.
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Yoga Services Offered:
Individual, Couples or Family Private Yoga
Trauma Informed Yoga
Yoga for Eating Disorder Recovery
There are many different tools for how to work with the body, yoga being one of them. While there is a huge focus on the physical aspects of yoga (asana), there is so much more to yoga like connecting the body and mind and getting to the source of intuition.
There’s nothing our brains try to latch onto quicker than external rules on how to live our life. Say this, do this, eat that. And if we just follow these rules perfectly, then life will be perfect too.
But life is hard. And when those rules are “broken”, it’s our natural instinct to spiral and self-blame.
At EveryBody Psychotherapy, we focus on sustainable structure, not rules and rigidity. This looks like noticing unhelpful patterns, getting curious about what’s most important to you, and taking structured baby steps to achieve your goals.
Therapy is ultimately saying goodbye to the shoulds and focusing on what a fulfilling life looks like for YOU.
Our bodies and minds work together with each other but they are often seen as different parts of us. When we only look at one without the other, we lose our full capacity to heal ourselves. We are big fans of embodied care here at EveryBody and utilizing psychotherapy and yoga together to connect to our full self.
Let’s hop on a quick phone call to make sure we’re a good fit for each other! During this call with Pam, you’ll explore what’s going on in your life to make sure you are paired with the best therapist for you and your needs. Pam will answer any questions you may have about EveryBody Psychotherapy.
Either during our connection call or shortly after via email, you’ll be able to schedule your initial session with your therapist.
Once your initial session is scheduled, you will receive a couple of emails from SimplePractice - the electronic health platform we use at EveryBody Psychotherapy. These emails will contain links to forms that need to be completed before your initial session.
Initial sessions are 45 minutes.. During this session, you and your therapist will explore your desire for therapy and set goals and frequency for future sessions.
It's no doubt that pregnancy, birth, and the postpartum period are full of sifting through information, making decisions that are best for you and your family and feeling overwhelmed during it all. Trained as both a prenatal yoga teacher and postpartum doula, Pam Skop - founder of EveryBody Psychotherapy - has extensive knowledge of this life phase and is available for sessions and support ranging from choosing a care provider to discussing your registry.
Reach out for more information about pricing and availability!
Being a new parent can come with many unexpected challenges. Join Pam Skop, licensed mental health counselor, yoga teacher, and postpartum doula, for a weekly group where you’ll have a chance to connect with other new parents and develop a community to support you in your transition to a new role. Perfect for parents of babies 0-6 months. Classes take place at the Prenatal Yoga Center on the UWS, Tuesdays from 3-4 pm.
Topics covered in the group include discussion of birth experience, bonding, feeding, role transition, body image, support systems and more.
For more information check out the PYC website.
Pam is an in-network provider with United Health Care, Oxford, and Oscar insurance with limited spots available. Lauren and Rebecca are out-of-network providers.
Reach out to ask about sliding scale availability based off of financial need.
Pam and Lauren can work with you as out-of-network providers. While we cannot guarantee coverage, we will provide you with monthly superbills to submit to your insurance company to receive reimbursement if you qualify through your plan.
Call your insurance company and ask the following questions:
· Do I have mental health Out of Network Insurance Benefits?
· Will CPT codes 90791 and 90834 be covered?
· What is my deductible and has it been met?
· What percentage will I be reimbursed when I meet my deductible?
· Do my benefits cover telehealth sessions?
Yes. I am available to schedule a free 15 minute connection call prior to your first session.
Fees will be discussed during your connection call.
We meet with clients 1-2 times per week depending on your individuals needs. In order for therapy to be most effective meeting regularly, at least one a week, is recommended.