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Why attend therapy?

Sometimes we need someone outside of ourselves to help guide and direct us; an objective voice that can speak into our situation. Clients experience benefits in their relationships, work, faith, and mood when attending therapy. Therapy is a space for you to experience clarity and healing in various areas of your life. 

What therapeutic modalities do you use?

I use an eclectic mix of therapeutic interventions that include; person centered therapy, experiential, cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, restoration therapy,  and emotionally focused therapy as well as play therapy. 

Do you offer a free consultation?

Generally speaking I offer a free consultation done over the phone. I use this time to get to know you and what brings you into therapy. This is also a great time for you to ask any questions regarding therapy or my style and see if we are a fit. 

Do you take insurance? 

Unfortunately I do not, but I can put together a super bill at request for your insurance. I would also be happy  to investigate if your insurance might reimburse. 

Do I have to be a Christian to see you? 

No you do not, I respect where each client is at spiritually in their respective faith journeys. I have experience with clients that have a multitude of faith backgrounds. 

How long does a session last?

About 50 minutes. I see most clients 1-2 times a week depending on need, we can discuss what works best with your schedule. 

What is the cost of a therapy session? 

I work along a sliding scale on an as needed and availability basis. My full fee is 150.00 for a 50 minute session.  

What is a sliding scale?

Generally speaking some therapists will leave open lower fee spots for clients that are not able to afford the full fee.  The therapist will then "slide" lower then the full fee. This is dependent upon the therapist as well as the availability of these lower fee spots. 

Who do you work with?

I work with children age 5 and up, teens, young adults, adults, and the elderly.