The Lovett Center was constructed, in part, around the ideas of Common Factors Theory and the Sharing Economy.

Common Factors:

Despite the individual differences in approach, training, and specialization that each clinician operating at The Lovett Center may have, they also share a great deal in common.

In fact, what Common Factors Theory demonstrates is that within therapy there are really just four essential elements that every successful therapy process has in common:


The Relationship

    The relationship with the therapist can account for 30% of therapeutic change made in treatment.


    What the therapist says and does in the treatment accounts for 15% of therapeutic change.


    The instillation of hope can account for up to 15% of progress in treatment.

Supplemental Support

    Extra-therapeutic factors, or in other words, the support you have outside of the therapy to enhance your life can account for up to 40% of change you experience.

At The Lovett Center we have co-created an environment in which all four of these critical elements are woven throughout the therapy process.

Sharing Economy:

For clients of The Lovett Center the Sharing Economy refers to our belief that by creating opportunities for clinicians to share ideas, experience, and skills with one another we can vastly improve the quality of care that clients receive.

On another level the sharing economy operates at The Lovett Center in the form of the clinicians sharing the cost of administrative support services. By cost sharing for administrative service your care provider is able to deliver a level of attention and professional service that is unparalleled in other therapy settings.