FAQ’s

If you have a question not answered below, please ask.

When should I seek therapy?

Often people wait until they are in a crisis to reach out for help. It does not matter when but that you do! It is never too late.

What is your approach to therapy?

I offer holistic, systemic centered, individual and couples counseling. Relationships are the most influential factor in our lives and I make observations based on a relational model. I combine a systemic approach with other practices to help you in your journey to healing.

I do not diagnose but I have a trauma-informed approach. This means that I believe that life, circumstances, family, choices…all change us. Epigenetic research confirms this. And, if life can change us, we can change. Research shows that a safe and well-matched therapeutic relationship is a driver in earning secure adult attachment. My approach to therapy is to provide you with a safe relationship where you can rewire.

Does therapy work?

I would not be here, typing to you, offering my service to you, if I did not whole-heartedly, hands-down, unequivocally believe that therapy works. I do this because I believe in it.

Do you take insurance?

No, I do not.

What are the benefits of private pay?

Opting to pay out-of-pocket for the care you receive eliminates the requirement to share your personal health information with a third party and affords you certain benefits, including:

  • No limit on the number of visits
  • No required diagnostic labels
  • Freedom to set your own priorities and course of treatment
  • Ability to select the professional best suited to your needs
  • Flexible payment options

How often should I come in? How many sessions should I expect?

We will determine this during your initial evaluation. Generally you are scheduled for a weekly visit. The number of sessions you’ll need depends on your personal situation. You could use as few as 5 – 10 sessions, as much as six months of meetings or the average of 11 sessions.

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