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About our sessions



I provide a professional, safe, and supportive environment to explore your circumstances and find new doors and guidance in your life.



Sessions range from 45 – 90 minutes depending upon the needs of the patient, number of people in the session, and the technique used. Frequency of sessions is generally once or twice a week.


Fees vary based on length of session, number of people in the session, frequency, and to a limited extent, the financial resources of the client.


I am an out-of-network provider for PPO/POS insurance plans from Aetna, Cigna, BCBS, United Health Care among others. If you have a PPO/POS plans with out of network benefits, your insurance might reimbursed you for my sessions by as much as 40-100%, depending on your plan. My office can assist you in understanding your insurance benefits. Please email a picture of your insurance card, and driver license or state ID to so my team can research with your insurrance on your behalf.


Cash, checks and Zelle are preferred. Venmo, PayPal and all mayor credit cards are accepted.

Length of Psychotherapy:

The number of sessions depends on the individual. Each of our paths is different and operates on its own time. It is advised to focus on what you want your life to look like as you meet your goals.

Cancellation Policy:

A minimum of 48 hours notice is required to cancel before your scheduled appointment time. If you cancel you session within 24 hours before your scheduled appointment time time, a cancellation fee of half of the agreed session amount will be charged. If you cancel Less than 24 hours, or you don’t show up for the session, a cancellation fee of the total amount of the agreed fee for the session will be charge. Emergencies and illness are always considered.


The law protects psychotherapist and the client, and information cannot be disclosed without express written consent by the client. The exceptions are when there is suspected child abuse or neglect, or when the patient threatens serious physical harm to self or others. As required by law, efforts are made to ensure the safety of those affected.

Finding the right therapist:

Reserach has shown that the most important factor of successful therapy is the relationship that forms between you and your therapist. Therefore, choose a therapist who you feel comfortable with, who you feel respects and listens to you, accepts you for who you are, and also appropriately challenges limitations so you can grow beyond your current capacity.