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frequently asked Qs

Do you offer in person sessions? 

I am currently working online only. Due to my license being issued through the state of California, I am legally only able to work with clients who currently physically reside in California.

Is online therapy as effective and how does it work?

Most of my clients have found online therapy to be just as helpful as when meeting in person and many appreciate the convenience of checking in from the comfort of their own home. Online therapy works best when you are able to find a private and quiet space for sessions. It may take some time to figure out what works best for you. 

What is your fee?

My fee is $190 for 50 minute sessions. I reserve a few sliding scale spots for clients with financial need. Please inquire about my current sliding scale availability before scheduling a phone consultation. I accept credit cards and payment is due at the time of service. 

What is the free 20 minute consultation call?

This is a time for us both to assess if I am the right therapist for you. I will ask you to share what it is you are hoping to get support with at this time. This is also a chance for you to ask about how I work and determine if my offering is in resonance with what you are seeking. 

What is your current availability?

I work Monday through Thursday, offering both late morning, afternoon and evening time slots when available.  

How frequently do we meet?

Since consistency is crucial with any kind of therapeutic work that we do, I meet with clients on a weekly basis. Together we will decide upon a specific day and time that works for us both. 

What is your cancellation policy? 

If you need to cancel or reschedule our appointment for any reason, please let me know at least 48 hours in advance via text or email. Sessions that are not cancelled within the 48 hour window will be charged the full fee. 

Do you accept insurance?

I do not accept insurance, but I am happy to provide you with a monthly itemized receipt for services, called a “superbill," that you may be able to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. *If you do intend to use your insurance, it is important that you verify your benefits with your insurance company before we begin working together. 


Will our sessions be confidential?

What you share during our sessions is completely confidential. However, there are a few exceptions:

1. Suspected child abuse or dependent adult or elder abuse.

2. Immediate threat of harm to self or others.

3. In the case of a court subpoena.

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