My Approach to Helping
Are you hurting and need someone who understands, listens, and can provide hope and support? Your suffering does not have to continue. As human beings, our coping tools work for us until they don't. Therapy can reduce suffering, explore problematic sensations, feelings, beliefs, pain, wounds, and aid in healing. Therapy can also result in increased peace, self-acceptance, self actualization, and contentment. I provide individually based treatment according to your needs and goals. I enjoy working with individuals, adolescents, and couples and provide personalized evidenced-based treatment addressing a number of symptoms and concerns. I have advanced training in working with individuals struggling with eating disorders, gender identity, and addictions. As a psychotherapist who works from a humanistic person-centered approach, I am also eclectic, curious, and creative in your treatment applying unique cognitive-behavioral techniques, experiential exercises, psychodrama, and expressive art therapy. If you would like to begin treatment, you can expect a warm, supportive, therapeutic, and above all, accepting environment that is also clinically appropriate to help you and your relationships. We will address your feelings as well as your thoughts and behaviors in a confidential, calm, and relaxed setting.
More Info About My Practice
My rates are $75 for an individual session and $95 for a couples or family session. I take cash, check, credit, or debit card. Please check your insurance to see if you are covered to see an out of plan provider. I can also provide you with a Super Bill so that you can seek reimbursement from your insurance company. In addition,I take Humana Life Synch Insurance and Victims of Crime.
Why Going to Therapy Does Not Mean You are Weak or Flawed
Reaching out for support and asking for help takes great courage. As human beings, the tools we use to cope work for us until they don't. If you would like to learn some new tools that can help you in your quality of life, give me a call. As a therapist, I attempt to counter the stigma of going to therapy by reminding my clients that we are all human dealing with human conditions. Because I do not take insurance, I do not have to provide a diagnosis that could label my client and affect one's beliefs about oneself. As we move through our lives, we acquire wounds, stressors, and encounter barriers and at times need additional support to move through these transitions.