FAQ

How can you help me?

 

Often times, life’s painful experiences are faced alone, even without the support of friends and family. You may be left struggling to feel heard and understood and finding the right therapist for you is important. You need a therapist that listens without judgment so you are able to find your voice, strength, and hope for your future; someone who will provide the right support and the tools you need so you can begin to notice improvements in your life.

 

I specialize in working with people experiencing anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, self-esteem, and relationship issues. I have worked extensively with people who have dealt with shame, guilt, grief, and trauma. I have provided support after major life transitions like the end of a relationship and career changes. I have experience with issues relating to financial challenges and have knowledge and understanding of the complexities of life for those within the LGBTQ+ community. My practice is LGBTQ+ celebratory and welcoming of all identities and expressions.

What can I expect on my first visit?

 

I will meet you at your scheduled appointment time. In our first meeting, we will discuss what issues brought you to therapy, your hopes and goals and how we will work together to reach those goals.

 

I can answer specific questions you have about the therapy process during a free 15 minute consultation (phone or email), in our first meeting, or at any time throughout your treatment.

 

Individual session are 55 minutes. If you are electing to use insurance, the length of the session may vary based on your coverage. 

Do you offer virtual, telehealth appointments?

Yes. All appointments are offered through a HIPAA compliant, secure platform.

Do you take insurance?

 

I am in-network with Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Aetna, & Cigna.

 

I also accept private payments for those clients who elect not to use insurance or use other insurance providers. The session fee is $100 and is due at the start of the session.

 

Per the 2022 No Surprises Act, individuals have the right to receive a "Good Faith Estimate" explaining how much healthcare services will cost. If applicable, you may be provided with such an estimate after scheduling an appointment or upon request.

 

How do I schedule an appointment?

 

I have a variety of appointment times available. Click here to get started.