I am currently working with adults on an individual basis. I see individuals 1-4x a week based on your preference. Individuals of all cultural backgrounds and sexual/gender identities are welcomed.
My current fee for both assessment and on-going psychotherapy is $150 per 50 minutes. I am an out-of-network provider so I do not accept insurance. I can provide you with a superbill upon request for submission to your insurance for reimbursement. I accept most credit cards and you are also welcome to use your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) for payment.
I am accepting mainly in person sessions at once a week minimum. Please be advised that depending on the level of support that you may need, I may refer out if need be. We can discuss the details during our initial consultation.
I am passionate about what I do. My career is more than a job, it truly is a lifestyle for me. I practice what I preach as much as possible, while still being compassionate with myself when I fall off course. After all, we are all only human. I say this because when it comes to speaking to an audience, I bring this energy with me. The passion, the drive, the enthusiasm about what I know, and what I would love to instill in others. I enjoy speaking to an audience on topics including mindfulness, authenticity, self-compassion, and finding our true selves. If you are interested in working together you can find my contact information under the Contact tab on my website.
Whether you represent an established business, startup, or a school, I know that mental health awareness is vital in any setting. This includes building knowledge and skill sets around suicide prevention, employee satisfaction, handling more challenging concerns in the workplace as they relate to emotional/behavioral difficulties, and overall team building efforts to help improve the morale of the company. If your company would benefit from consultation in any of these areas feel free to email me and we can set up a time to chat. I also offer consultation to other licensed mental health professionals, and will soon offer supervision to those who are still working toward licensure.
I know how hard the journey to licensure may be. It feels like it is never ending and oftentimes we may feel lost with where this career path is taking us. Challenging patient cases can leave us feeling exhausted and on the verge of burn out. We may even be questioning our why and our motivation to continue doing the work we originally set out to do with so much passion. Many times we just want to talk to someone who is not our supervisor, our boss, or any of our co-workers, to feel heard, accepted, and validated for our experiences and our unique journey. I reserve a few slots (currently 1-2 left) in my schedule to meet with anyone interested in mentorship outside of their internship program. I love doing this work and I love to give back and hopefully re-inspire or help guide you in the right direction.