Everyone can use therapy. Using therapy as a skills-building tool can be helpful for individuals, when you’re in relationships with others or when one is at the starting line of building good life skills.

Therapy can also help with:
  • Getting a better understanding of your sense of self, your values, and your goals
  • Identifying and managing burnout
  • Exploration of issues past and present
  • Learning self-care and self-regulation
  • Learning coping skills for emotions 
  • Learning to be kind to yourself
  • Developing and learning communications skills

One of the many misconceptions about therapy is that it's only for people with big trauma, issues or a diagnosed mental illness. Talking to a therapist before you’re in a crisis mode is the best way to equip yourself with tools and skills for those times when life throws you a curveball. ⁠It can also be useful for self-exploration, building self-esteem, and to help you craft amazing relationships with yourself and others.
Yes, I do accept some insurances including Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, UHC, and Optum. Through my current platform with Headway billing through your insurance is a simple process.

I also am able to create superbills for those with PPO insurance plans and Out of Network benefits for some reimbursement. Please check-in with your insurance company for further details.

For those without insurance or plans I do not cover/accept the out of pocket rate is $150.
Talk therapy encourages open and honest dialogue about issues that cause you distress. Through your relationship with your therapist, you’ll work to identify and understand how these stressors are impacting your life, plus develop strategies to manage the symptoms.

If you’re still on the fence about the benefits of talk therapy, consider this: About 75 percent of people who participate in talk therapy experience some benefit, according to the American Psychological Association.
Sessions traditionally last 45-55 minutes. Both therapist and client have a grace period of 15 minutes at the beginning of session.
You should feel like you can be yourself and honest. Your therapist should create a judgment-free zone where you can freely express what you feel and think. You should enjoy talking with your therapist and have a good back and forth in your conversations. You should also feel like your therapist supports you and cares for your wellbeing.

Give your therapist three tries. Usually, it takes at least three sessions before you start to understand how your therapist can impact your life. It is important to remember that when you meet people, first impressions are important and lasting. It’s the same with therapy — you’re getting to know each other.
Any session that is missed by a no show or canceling less than 24 hours in advance will be charged a $150 fee.

The only exception to this cancellation policy is in the event of a serious illness or emergency.
Easy! Just click the Contact button to send me a therapy request with your name, contact information, availability, insurance, and what services you are looking for to set up your free 15 minute consultation.