The Therapist Den, Yashica Budde, LMFT
What to expect
Therapy is a collaborative endeavor that can help you land more completely in the life and relationships you desire.
Remember, therapy is a process, and progress takes time. Just as a caterpillar transforms into a butterfly, so too can your journey through therapy lead to a beautiful transformation in your life. I am dedicated to walking alongside you, offering guidance and support every step of the way. Together, we can navigate the challenges and celebrate the victories on your path to a more fulfilling and authentic life.
- Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
- Elders (65+)
- Chronic Illness
- Grief and Loss
Licensing and Certifications:
- Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #54019
- Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider (CMHIMP)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Solution-Focus Brief Therapy (SFBT)
- Meditation Mindfulness
- Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapist (KAP)
Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapist (KAP)
What is Ketamine?
Ketamine is a legal, safe and effective medicine used to treat a variety of mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety and PTSD. Ketamine has quick-acting mood-enhancing effects, which take effect within one to two hours after treatment and last for up to two weeks. Its properties work in the brain to help form new connections and boost neural circuits that regulate stress and mood. Ketamine has also been shown to enhance overall neuroplasticity for lasting symptom improvement.
Ready for your therapeutic journey?
Therapy is a partnership. Both you and your therapist contribute to the healing process. You’re not expected to do the work of recovery all by yourself, but your therapist can’t do it for you either. Therapy should feel like a collaboration.
Therapy will not always feel pleasant. Painful memories, frustrations or feelings might surface. This is a normal part of therapy and your therapist will guide you through this process. Be sure to communicate with your therapist about how you are feeling.
Therapy should be a safe place. While at times you’ll feel challenged or face unpleasant feelings, you should always feel safe. If you’re starting to feel overwhelmed or you’re dreading your therapy sessions, talk to your therapist.