My goal as your therapist is to empower you and help you to help you understand the unhealthy patterns that may be contributing to your problems and holding you back. I want therapy to be a personal and powerful discovery for you and I have a strong dedication to helping you succeed. I will work with you to help you understand and think about your issues differently so you are able to make effective and positive changes.
You will receive a thoughtful, caring, and an appropriately challenging psychotherapy experience. I have thousands of clinical hours providing effective and empathetic services delivered with acceptance and understanding
Clients routinely tell me that I’m a very different kind of therapist and that they wish they had found me sooner. I’m told that I have keen intuition and a style that gets to the core of the issues quickly, which allows us to collaborate towards meaningful goals. Nothing is more powerful than to be a witness to the resurrection of the human spirit. It’s a such an honor.
I take a unique approach to psychotherapy. I will structure our sessions based on solid data. You can trust that your vital issues will be addressed and QUICKLY! I want to help you get to where you want to go as fast as possible.
That’s what makes me unique!
Sessions are 50 minutes long and cost $130.00
I accept cash, checks, and all major credit/debit cards as forms of payment.
I do not currently accept insurance other than Kaiser. However, if you have a PPO, you may be able to get full or partial reimbursement of sessions from your insurance. Before we meet, contact your insurance company’s Member Services Department and ask them if you are eligible for reimbursement for an “out of network provider” to find out how much of the session they will reimburse. Should you choose to use me as an out of network provider, you will be responsible for payment at the time of service. After 5-8 sessions I will create a superbill for you to submit to your insurance carrier.
I suggest meeting weekly, especially in the beginning of treatment. The number of sessions really depends on what brought you to therapy and how well you follow through in and out of session.