I am accepting new counseling and supervision clients right now.
The best way to schedule an appointment, is to fill out the contact form here. Please indicate some possible days and times that work with your schedule and I will try my best to work with your availability.
You will then receive a confirmation phone call from me to schedule your first visit. An email will be sent to confirm our appointment and a link for you to conveniently complete your intake paperwork prior to your session will be included.
I will have a chance to review this information prior to you coming into your session.
Your first session will consist of me getting to know you, your reason for coming to therapy, what you expect from therapy, and setting therapy goals.
If you know with more than 24 hours that you will need to cancel your session and/or reschedule it, you may do so by logging into your client portal.
I will receive a notification at that moment of your cancellation.
If you request a new appointment, I will also receive that request and will approve it.
You will then receive a confirmation of your new appointment.
My availability for evening and weekend appointments are reserved for established clients in need of a rescheduled or emergency session. My availability is between 9am to 5pm, Monday through Friday with my last appointment at 4pm.
We currently accept Blue Cross Blue Shield, Optum, and Cigna. I am accept the following forms of payments flex spending cards, cash, credit or debit cards, and checks.
There is no set limit as to how long therapy will last. For some people, it may be that they need some support to overcome a small hiccup in life. For others, it may be that they need to overcome a traumatic event or are dealing with grief and loss. As your therapist, I am here to provide support as you work towards your long-term goals.
I use a client centered approach with all my clients because it allows me to build a working therapeutic relationship. I know that each individual person is unique in how they view the world so I will utilize therapy approaches that complement their own individual goals and needs. I have experience and training to use cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy, family system therapy, and play therapy approaches.
LPC-S stands for Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor. This means that I was trained to work with individuals, families, and groups in treating mental, behavioral, and emotional problems and disorders. It also means that I have received additional training as a clinical supervisor to provide supervision for counselors-in-training and counselors under supervision for licensure.
My license requires me to maintain applicable continuing education units in order to renew my license annually. This ensures that I am staying up to date on research in the field and practicing in an ethical manner.
I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults on the following issues:
- Major life adjustments
- Stress management
- Grief and loss
- Domestic Violence
- Coping skills
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