Gearing Up has become a production line for therapy and I would strongly advise looking elsewhere to find a much more caring and personal approach to counseling/therapy.
Actually, I had been a patient years ago -- and my wife also was a patient a while back -- and we both liked the Gearings. However, in my recent experience I could clearly see that this practice has grown so large that it's become extremely disorganized, incompetent and impersonal. It's clear to me that they are more interested in one's pocketbook than anything else.
Again, if you're looking for a compassionate and caring environment, avoid Gearing Up.