Our Process

Throughout the process you will collaboratively establish specific goals and objectives for therapy/coaching.

1. Intake

Initial steps

Client-Practitioner Match-Up Questionnaire

A client-therapist match-up questionnaire is a structured tool used in the initial stages of therapy/coaching to help gather information from you and to assess your preferences, needs, and expectations in order to pair you with a practitioner who is well-suited to your specific goals and concerns. This questionnaire typically includes questions about the your demographics, presenting issues, preferences (such as gender, therapeutic approach, or cultural competence), and availability. The information collected helps Aworie administrative staff to make more informed and tailored practitioner-client matches, increasing the likelihood of a productive therapeutic relationships.

2. Assessment



A consultation appointment is an initial meeting between you and a practitioner, typically conducted to discuss the your needs, concerns, and goals to help gather relevant information, explore available services or treatment options, and determine the feasibility and suitability of working together. This appointment serves as an opportunity for both parties to assess compatibility and make informed decisions about whether to proceed with the services or treatment being offered.

3. Assessment


Biopsychosocial-Cultural-Spiritual Assessment

A biopsychosocial-cultural-spiritual assessment is a comprehensive evaluation conducted by practitioners to gather detailed information about your physical health, psychological well-being, and socio-cultural-spiritual circumstances. This assessment typically involves a structured interview and collateral information, with the aim of understanding the complex interplay of biological, psychological, and social factors that contribute to your overall health and functioning. The gathered information informs intervention planning, and the development of a holistic and individualized care. This assessment is often used in healthcare settings, mental health treatment, and social service agencies to provide a comprehensive and integrated approach to care.

4. Intervention


Therapeutic/Coaching Intervention

An intervention plan is a structured and goal-oriented strategy developed in collaboration with your practitioner to address your specific challenges and issues. This plan outlines a series of coordinated actions and interventions designed to achieve desired outcomes or objectives. It typically includes: goals and objectives, therapeutic strategies, timeline, resources, communication strategies, homework, and psychoeducation readings.

5. Maintenance



A maintenance plan is a structured strategy or set of actions designed to sustain and support the ongoing well-being, stability, or functionality of your mental health. It is typically developed after an initial goal or objective has been achieved and is intended to ensure the continued success or effectiveness of that achievement. Key components of a maintenance plan may include: check-in appointments, resource allocation, preventive measures, resilience-building strategies, wellness strategies, and contingency planning.


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