You are a one-of-a-kind person and your therapy should be, too.
My approach to therapy is down-to-earth, professional, and always focused on you. When we work together, I will get to know your unique situation so I can tailor approaches that will support you with making changes in your life.
We’ll start by building a trusting relationship where you feel comfortable with being vulnerable with me, without judgment. With this trust, I can help you safely explore your past experiences and how they may impact present moments in your life. I can also help you develop coping skills to manage difficult emotions and symptoms, such as anxiety or depression.
During our time together, you will always be the one who decides what we talk about and what you want to work on together.
What you can expect in session with me:
In our first session, we’ll have a conversation about what brought you to reach out. We’ll talk about your current concerns, where we may discuss things like your relationships or family history. Because I want to support you in the best way I can, I’ll also ask if you have been in therapy before, if it was helpful, and if you have goals for these sessions.
If you feel comfortable with moving forward with me as your therapist, we will begin therapy-oriented sessions. You can choose weekly therapy sessions or other options that better suit your schedule.
My fee for a 45-minute session is $200.
Many people don't realize that they have out of network benefits. If you have out of network benefits, it could be covering 60-80% of session costs.
I work with Advekit, a service that will check all your out-of-network benefits and bill insurance for you -- at no cost to you.
Reach out to learn more about my fee and if a sliding scale rate is available for your circumstances.
It takes a lot of courage to reach out for support. And you’re already halfway there.
Areas where I can help:
As your therapist, I am here to help you navigate the messy, challenging parts of life that we all experience. My areas of specialty include:
Trauma and Family Dynamics
"Being able to feel safe with other people is probably the single most important aspect of mental health; safe connections are fundamental to meaningful and satisfying lives."