Where is your office located?
I am 100% virtual! Come to session in your pajamas or workout clothes; makes no difference to me.
How long are sessions, and how often will we meet?
Sessions will be for one hour. Typically, I meet with clients on a weekly basis, though due to scheduling needs and other factors, this may vary. Expecting weekly sessions is a good start, but we can discuss what works best for you.
How do I pay for sessions?

I accept all major credit and debit cards. Credit/debit card payments are set up through a secure and HIPAA-compliant website which stores your card information and charges the day of the session.

I also accept Venmo and Zelle.

Do you take insurance?
I do not accept insurance, but I am happy to provide documentation for out-of-network benefits that you may file with your insurance.
How do I set up an appointment?

To schedule a free 15-minute phone consultation, head over to the Contact page, so we can discuss what is bringing you to therapy, answer any questions you have, and schedule your first appointment!

What is your cancellation policy?

I put aside a dedicated time weekly for each of my clients. I understand that life happens, and there may be some days we will have to cancel/reschedule.

I require a 48-hour notice to cancel appointments. Otherwise, you will be charged a full session fee for appointments missed or canceled in less than 48 hours.

If I have availability, I can offer same-week reschedules.

If you arrive late for your scheduled appointment, you can be seen for the remainder of your allotted time but will be charged for the full scheduled appointment time.

What age ranges do you work with?
I have worked with individuals as young as 7 and as old as 75, though I primarily work with adults ages 25-45.
Do you work with women, men, couples?
I work with women, men, and couples. I find that generational trauma and family-of-origin issues don’t have a gender preference and are woven into the lives of both men and women.
What do you actually do in sessions with clients?

Emotional torture!

Just kidding. 🙂 We talk, laugh, cry.

I want to hear your story, so I will spend time getting to know you and how you have grown into the person you are today. We will talk about hang-ups and goals, and I will help you learn how to process uncomfortable feelings/memories that have taken up space in your life.

Do your clients receive assignments between sessions?

Assignments sound so boring! And it really depends on the client. Every client is different. Some like to have activities/exercises to do between sessions, and some don’t. If I recommend any exercises between sessions, they will be intended to build on what we talk about in session and reinforce healthy coping skills.

What modalities do you use?

I use an integrative approach and combine Person-Centered and Emotion-Focused therapy techniques in my treatment. I will also pull techniques from Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to assist with learning how to set healthy boundaries and regain confidence.

How do I know if therapy is right for me?
I like to think that most everyone could benefit from therapy. With the ups and downs life throws your way, it seems reasonable to have someone there to walk beside you. Chances are, if you are reading this now, you are seeking additional support in some way.
What’s your professional training and experience?

I come to you with nine years of experience in the therapy world. I have worked in crisis residential treatment, private practice, and with law firms providing assessments to plaintiffs involved in lawsuits.

What else does a client need to know to make the most out of working with you?
If you are coming for a quick fix, this isn’t it! Come each week ready to work. I will be transparent and open with you, and I hope you will be open-minded and do the same with me.
Star Wars or Star Trek?

This is an easy one: Star Wars. This is the way…

What is your favorite Starbucks drink?
Mine is a quad espresso with sugar-free vanilla and oatmilk! You will almost always see me with a coffee in hand during sessions.