The Avocy Difference

How Does Avocy Therapy Work?

Your dedicated full-time therapist will work with you to come up with a detailed treatment plan that focuses on what you want. They'll work closely with you to address your most pressing needs alongside offering the support and guidance you want along your recovery journey.

What Can I Expect From Avocy?

When you sign up with Avocy, you'll sit with one of our clinical experts to help you pick your ideal therapist and set up your clinical program. Our team will work closely with you to ensure that your therapist and the program you embark on are exactly what you want and need.



Treatment Progression

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

Rapid Therapy

We begin treatment with up to two weekly sessions to help you establish report with your therapist quickly and begin making progress rapidly on the things that matter to you most.

Weekly Therapy

Once you've gotten comfortable with treatment and any urgent needs are adressed, we settle into a more traditional weekly therapy tempo focused on long term growth and support.

Regular Therapy

As you continue to grow and progress on your journey you may find that once a week therapy is more than you need. We're here to support you long term, whether that means once a month or several times a week.

Rapid Therapy

Build Connection. Accelerate Growth. Therapy Reimagined

Individual Therapy Twice Weekly

Twice weekly therapy builds raport with your therapist quickly and allows you to transition into Avocy and begin making progress on your goals quickly and effectively.

Flexible Scheduling

Our therapists work on your schedule ensuring we can work around your commitments to help you achieve your recovery goals on your own schedule. No more missing appointments and interview for treatment.

Customized Treatment

Need more support? Schedule an extra session that week. Want more help getting back into the work flow? We've got a group for that. Avocy is here to help you with what you want and need. Not the other way around.

Benefits of Twice Weekly Therapy

Build a connection faster

More time to explore different therapeutic approaches

Better tailored care for your needs

Avocy is here to help you achieve your goals quickly and maintain them long-term. We've found that twice weekly therapy to get started helps get everyone on your treatment team aligned and working for your needs! Get started today to learn how we can help you achieve your treatmetn goals quickly and on your schedule.

Weekly Therapy

Build Connection. Accelerate Growth. Therapy Reimagined

Once you've gotten into the Avocy process, patients will often step down to once weekly therapy depending on their needs. We've found that this is also when patients show the most growth on their long term goals. Our therapists are here to help you achieve meaningful and lasting change on the long haul.

Our specialized recovery therapists will help you build a long term plan to acheive your treatment goals and help get back on the right track. Weekly sessions will range from a simple check in and discussion of your week, to guided interventions designed to help you address your deep seated needs. It all depends on what you want that week!


Our team works on your schedule. Need to move back a week? Going on a trip? We're here to support you through all of the ups and downs of your journey. We'll meet you wherever you are.


Your dedicated full-time therapist is here for you. Unlike other online providers, we employ our full-time therapists meaning you can rely on them to be around for a long time to come.


Needs change and we're here to change with you. Our therapists are here to meet you where you are and can easily pivot your treatment plan to your developing needs and life goals.

Regular Therapy

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

As you continue to grow on your recovery journey your needs will change. Avocy is here to grow with you. Our program has no mandatory treatment limits. If you want to meet once a month or twice a week, we're here to be flexible to your needs as you continue to succeed on your journey.

Alongside our tradional therapy we offer a suite of useful groups and programs that can help you focus on new aspects including success in the workplace, family life and more. Chat with a therapist today to learn about our full list of offerings and what might be able to help you most.

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.