Montana Therapy Center

From the owner - Dustin Lehman, MS, LCPC, LMFT

We have an innate need to be in relationship. It is the very foundation of what it is to be human. We need to experience love, reciprocity and fulfillment. A healthy relationship considers the needs of others, focuses on patience and kindness, maintains honesty and trustworthiness and is nurturing.

I'm a therapist who works at helping my clients restore love and trust within their identity and among relationships by essentially helping them become their own therapist. Everyone experiences violations in relationships and it's when we're without a restoration process that we continue feeling pain.

I believe that healthy relationships are an ever-growing pursuit of love, acceptance, forgiveness, reliability, connection, intimacy and faithfulness. When we cut ourselves, can we say "Stop bleeding" and the wound relents? No. Healing takes time and there is a process to it. The same process occurs in relationships. Come sit with us and find yours.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What can I expect in the first session when I see a therapist?

There are many different types of therapists and therapeutic approaches available to you. Generally, the first session includes filling out the necessary paperwork or "intake forms" followed by a discussion of why you are seeking therapy, your current symptoms and situation and your personal and family history.

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How much does therapy cost?

There are a few considerations to be made in understanding the cost of therapy. With those who are choosing to use their insurance, their policies can dictate the level of coverage they are allowed. Deductibles, co-insurance and copays can all be clarified by contacting your insurance provider.

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Are you licensed by the state?

Yes, I am a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I am also a certified Restoration Therapist (Level II) and more information can be found by visiting this link.

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