FAQ

Where is your office located?
Virtually everywhere! For your convenience, all sessions are virtual by phone or video. You choose the option best for you.
Can working online be as effective as in-person therapy?
Indeed, if not better. In the comfort of your private space, therapy is more relaxing. You can feel at home with a cup of tea and your notebook when working on concerns. All my sessions are virtual.
How long are the sessions?
We will collaborate on concerns in 45-minute sessions week to week.
How does the payment for therapy work?

For your convenience, you can automatically make payments via credit card on a private encrypted online portal within 24 hours of your appointment. For more information on payments, see “Do you take insurance?”

Do you offer a sliding scale?
Occasionally, I offer discounted packages, but I don’t offer a sliding scale.
Do you take insurance?

Option #1:

I am currently a private pay, out-of-network provider, which means I do not accept insurance at this time, yet I can offer a superbill for your insurance if needed. I don’t directly contract with insurance companies. Check with your HSA accounts or flexible spending plans to see if they reimburse you. Ask your insurance carrier to determine what percentage they will pay for out-of-network therapy. Ask them for their out-of-network rate on procedure code 90834; couples use 90847.

How do I start working with you?

It’s as easy as reaching out by phone or email. We will then arrange your free consultation to decide if we are a good fit for each other.

During your consultation, I will listen to why you seek therapy and your desired results. Then, I’ll explain how I can help you. We’ll set your first appointment if this feels like a match. If not, no worries! I’ll make some recommendations to get you the right person.

Do you have a 24-hour cancellation policy?
Yes, if you must cancel, it’s standard practice and customary to require a 24-hour notice. After we initially greet and meet, we will set up your first appointment. Once scheduled, I will reserve that time in my schedule and will send you documents to sign via your private portal. If you fail to give a 24-hour notice, I will charge you for the session.
What if I need to move or rebook an appointment?
Please get in touch with me to find a mutual time for you.
Who are your clients?
My clients are professionals of all identities, sexualities, and genders. Concerns may include relationships, anxiety, and adult ADHD.
With what age range do you work?

Most of my clients that find me range are in age range of twenties to mid-fifties. When considering working together, age isn’t as important of a factor as long as you are an adult and feel this is a good fit for you and you feel comfortable.

Are you comfortable with topics about sex, poly, kink, BDSM, and non-heteronormative relationships?
Yes, indeed. I will listen if you have any questions, are exploring, or desire to work with a therapist about these concerns.
Do I have to tell you everything?
Discuss what you feel comfortable discussing. Generally, people feel more comfortable discussing more private concerns after some time with their therapist, but there isn’t a rule. I recommend that you go at a pace that makes you feel comfortable.
Can you give me a Good Faith Estimate?

You are entitled to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” of what the charges could be for psychotherapy services provided to you.

While it is not possible for a psychotherapist to know, in advance, how many psychotherapy sessions may be necessary or appropriate for a given person, a form can be provided to show an estimate of the cost. Your total cost of services will depend upon the number of psychotherapy sessions you attend, your individual circumstances, and the type and amount of services that are provided to you.

How do I know if you are the right therapist for me?
In your free consultation, you can meet and greet me before deciding whether you feel this is a good fit.
What if I didn't see my question here?

You may always reach out via phone or email to discuss your concerns.