“Practicing authenticity includes nurturing the connection and sense of belonging that can only happen when we let go of what we are supposed to be and embrace who we are. Authenticity demands wholehearted living and loving- even when it’s hard, even when we are wrestling with the shame and fear of not being good enough.” – Brene Brown, PhD
Authentic is the perfect word to describe my relationship with clients in my practice. Connecting with clients in a genuine and sincere fashion is my priority. This comes with a balance of working honestly and directly. It is through a safe, trustworthy and authentic relationship that clients get the most out of therapy. It also describes the journey I would like to offer to clients in therapy; a journey of finding their authentic selves. What this means is supporting clients in finding and aligning with their TRUE and GENUINE selves rather than fighting with other versions of themselves that they think they should be or that others think they should be. Clients who live authentically leave behind destructive patterns and create healthy, meaningful habits for life.
**In my office, therapy is a collaborative journey, one where we come up with goals and the treatment approach together. Please see below for the types of services I currently offer. I look forward to working with you!**
- Individual Therapy including Young Adults
- Parent Counseling
- Family Therapy
- Couples Counseling
- Parent/School Consulting; How to navigate child’s mental health needs in the school system
I currently charge $110/ hour for individual session and $130/ hour for family or couples session. I do provide a sliding scale rate. I accept checks, cash and credit card. There is a $3 added fee when using a credit card. Payment is received at the beginning or end of each session unless otherwise arranged. Please note: *Cancellation Fee (without providing 24 Hours Notice) – Full Cost of Session
I currently am paneled with CIGNA, MHN, HEALTHNET, BEACON HEALTH OPTIONS/ MILITARY ONE SOURCE, TRICARE, and AETNA. If your insurance is not listed I suggest that you contact your insurance carrier and inquire if they reimburse for “out of network” behavioral health or psychotherapy services. I can provide you with a receipt/superbill for your services which you can submit to your insurance company.
Benefits of Self-Pay
When using insurance benefits they are able to track, view and discuss any progress notes/ diagnosis and/or influence your length of treatment. Insurance companies also require medical diagnosis which can become a part of your permanent medical record. Self pay allows for an extra layer of privacy without having to worry about your insurance company’s involvement in treatment.