Care options tailored to you
Our therapy services reflect our integrative approach to healing. We hear you. We see you. We are glad you’re here.
Locations in Los Gatos CA & Santa Clara CA
Our Therapy Services
Between our thorough assessments and your valued input, we will craft a care plan tailored to your specific goals, needs, and concerns.
This approach focuses on interpersonal relationships and the impact of our most early and significant relationships and what role they play in our current relationships and emotional well-being.
If you feel challenged with navigating current relationships, worry about being abandoned by those you care about, struggle with anxiety or depression, often experience negative self-talk, or find yourself preoccupied with thoughts about food and exercise, you may benefit from this kind of therapy.
This is a depth-oriented therapy that helps you to integrate your unconscious, implicit memory and body experiences into your conscious mind.
If you are interested in creating long-lasting change in your relationship patterns and how you feel about yourself, you might benefit from this type of therapy.
This is a talk therapy that addresses the body’s response to stress in our lives that most people are unaware of.
If you can’t sleep, are constantly tired, often feel “jumpy,” fidgety or avoidant of experiences, this may be for you.
This approach is used to help create new thinking patterns, implement healthy emotional habits, increase your ability to navigate stress, difficult emotions, and improve communication and connection in your relationships.
If you often feel misunderstood, experience impulsivity, high conflict in your important relationships, frequently have painful emotions that feel unmanageable, find yourself preoccupied with thoughts about food and exercise, and/or experience self-harming or self-destructive behaviors, this treatment is highly recommended.
IFS brings awareness to components of a person’s mental and emotional system.
If you experience regular depression and shame or find yourself saying “I should” frequently, this might be beneficial for you.
This is a customizable, educational and experiential set of strategies that can help you effectively reduce stress levels and feel more present. MBSR is a complementary approach to all of the therapy modalities we offer.
If you experience low energy levels, low quality sleep, digestive issues, symptoms of depression/anxiety, or generally want to feel more comfortably present in your physical and emotional life, MBSR might be an important part of your care plan.
Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is the measure of the variation in time between each heartbeat and reflects your nervous system’s response to stress. Through a sensor on your earlobe or finger, your heart rate is monitored. Auditory and visual cues allow you to use this information to consciously regulate your nervous system while engaging in paced breathing and relaxation exercises.
If you experience anxiety, panic attacks, migraines or tension headaches, interrupted sleep, symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder or depression, research shows that this training is indicated for you.
Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic technique used to assess the electrical activity of muscles and to help patients recognize and consciously alter areas of increased muscle tension. Small electrodes are placed over the area being examined and record signals from the muscles to provide important information about muscle function and opportunities for decreases in pain and problematic stress responses.
If you experience chronic back pain, tension headaches or anxiety symptoms in the body, you may benefit from this service.
Temperature Biofeedback involves measuring skin temperature through small sensors which allows patients to recognize and control their temperature. Through exercises like breathing and progressive muscle relaxation, the patient alters the surface skin temperature and psychological states can shift.
If you experience symptoms of PTSD, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety or struggle to control your use of substances, this type of biofeedback is indicated for you.
Respiration biofeedback is a therapeutic technique that monitors and provides feedback on a patient’s breathing patterns. This can then provide the patient with the ability to learn to control their breathing and thereby regulate their nervous system more effectively.
If you experience chronic stress, anxiety and symptoms of PTSD, this technique may be helpful to you.
This form of biofeedback monitors changes in electrical activity of the skin when a patient is responding to emotional or physiological stressors. Using small sensors on the hand, the clinician can help a patient recognize and alter their physiological responses to stress and increase relaxation.
If you experience anxiety, have difficulty managing your responses to stress or would like to enhance your performance in high-pressure situations, this biofeedback may be beneficial to you.
- Self regulation
- Sleep improvement
- Enhanced focus and attention
- Stress reduction
- Improved mood
- Enhanced cognitive function
- Peak performance
- Pain management
The Therapy Process Is Tailored to you
We assess on an ongoing basis to ensure your treatment is matching with your concerns
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Frequently Asked Questions
Cura currently offers a tiered fee structure in the range of $150-$225 per session. We provide information on what your session fee would be after initial contact and assessment of services needed.
For each session held at Cura, we donate time, resources and expertise to underserved communities in the Bay Area disproportionately affected by trauma.
Your session fee supports several free weekly psychotherapy sessions for those who are not otherwise able to access psychotherapy.
We donate to the following organizations:
- The Innocence Project
- South Bay End Trafficking
All services at Cura are currently considered “out of network” with insurance panels but will provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance provider for reimbursement.
I initially sought therapy when I had experienced a difficult breakup in high school. I was feeling lost and hopeless. I knew I needed a professional by my side to navigate my way through the breakup. I came into Jenna's office thinking, "I will get over this breakup, learn some tools to help in the future and be on my way." Little did my 17 year old self know that in seven years she'd be in love with therapy and seeking out ways on a daily basis to love and take care of myself. I am where I am today because of Jenna. She has taught me how to be gentle with myself, be curious about my emotions and most importantly to put myself first in my life.
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