FAQ

What issues are not appropriate for online therapy?

If you are experiencing thoughts of actively & immediately hurting yourself, please contact a local crisis center or the national suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255. You can also text “HOME” to 741741 for free, 24/7 crisis support.

Typically if you are struggling with actively self-harming or you have strong suicidal urges, teletherapy will not be the best option for you. In-person therapy will give you more access to your therapist & treatment team, and allows you to feel more supported than just meeting with someone through video.

Why would I need a 15 minute consultation before booking my first appointment?

I schedule a 10-15 minute consultation call with prospective clients before booking any appointments in order to assess whether my specialty and services are appropriate for your needs. If the issue you’re seeking help with matches with my specialty, and other factors such as age, preferred treatment style (telehealth, in-person, etc.), price, and personality seem to be a match, we will go ahead and schedule the first session from there.

Do you accept insurance?

At this point I am a private pay clinician and I do not accept any insurance. 

How do I book an appointment?

Please reach out to me via text, email, phone, or the contact form on this website to let me know you are interested in therapy with me. I will return contact within 24 hours and schedule a free consultation appointment with you during which you can ask any questions and I will provide more information on the services I offer. If it seems we are a good fit, and you are ready, we will go ahead & schedule your first therapy appointment from there.
Please note that the consultation call is not a guarantee that I will become your therapist; if it is decided that I may not be the best fit for you, I will send you some referrals for other providers via email after our call. If you have any other questions, please feel free to reach out!