My Approach to Helping
Do you feel like you're not in love with your partner anymore? Do you feel more like roommates or co-parents than romantic partners? Is your relationship stuck and, despite your best efforts, you just can't find your way out of it? I use a client-centered approach tailored to your specific situation to help get you andor your relationship to a better place. In my office, you'll find a collaborative atmosphere that works with you to find the solutions necessary to change.
More Info About My Practice
I charge a flat rate of $210hr. Due to confidentiality concerns, I do not accept insurance. However, The team at SCC is passionate about ensuring our clients get the treatment they need. We can provide you with the resources you require to submit your insurance claims for our services.
Going to an out-of-network therapist can come with several benefits. They can provide highly personalized services, quick booking and more frequent sessions than in-network providers. For people that are looking to use insurance benefits for counseling, some out-of-network services are eligible for partial reimbursement.
In most cases, Stanford Couples Counseling can submit your claims for out-of-network insurance reimbursement. This process means you will need to pay your therapist for the entire session when you receive their services, but your insurance company may be able to send you a check to reimburse a portion of the cost. At SCC, we use Reimbursify to manage the reimbursement process.
Specific Issue(s) I'm Skilled at Helping With
I have trained, researched, and practiced extensively in infidelity, communication, sexual issues, divorce, and general relationship issues. I take individual, couple, and family clients. Whether you desire to save or improve your relationship, end it amicably, start a new relationship, end an old one, or simply better yourself as a person, I'm happy and able to help.
Important Factors for Choosing a Therapist
Research indicates that the number one factor in whether or not therapy will be successful is the client-therapist alliance, as viewed by the client. In other words, if you don't feel a connection with your therapist or doubt that they can be helpful, they probably won't be. I encourage clients and friends to not feel tied to their first therapist (myself included). If you feel that it's not a good fit, try someone else! If your therapist is a good therapist, their primary concern should be whether or not you get the help you need, whether that's from them or someone else.