The goal of counseling is for us to work together on deepening self and relational awareness and learning tools which will empower you to manage life with healthy strategies. I encourage clients to openly communicate whenever they feel it is appropriate– whether in times of stressful situations or to simply “check in” and discuss progress.
First we will meet for your free phone consultation. During this call we will have the opportunity to discuss ideas or goals you have for therapy, ask questions about me and my style as a therapist, as well as schedule and fees. If you decide we are a good fit, we can proceed with making a first appointment.
During our first appointment, I will be gathering information to create a big picture view so I can be better equipped to help you. At the end of our first appointment, we will create some beginning goals and steps for moving forward with progress. Initially I prefer to see clients weekly in order to build momentum and create consistency within our relationship. This way, I can offer support with changing and practicing new ideas and skills.
Absolutely not. Thinking about and taking steps towards counseling are healthy behaviors. As people, we are complex and life is challenging. Seeking counseling reflects characteristics of optimism and curiousness about possibility.
- Online Therapy
- Individual Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Problem Solving
I am not currently credentialed with any insurance panels. I can guide you through considering if an out-of-network provider might be worth it.
If you are covered by an insurance plan, it's likely your Out-of-Network benefits will cover part or all of the cost. I can help you through contacting your insurance company to ask about your out-of-network benefits. If you do have out-of-network benefits, I will supply you monthly with completed forms that have all the information necessary to file your claim yourself. I can also provide you with receipts for a flexible spending health-care account.
I accept cash, all major credit and debit cards, zelle, venmo.