What to Expect from Psychotherapy
Psychotherpy is a process. It is not a place to FIX but a place to figure things out. It will require time and patience. You lead. I follow. My role is to mediate thought, observe and offer insights. The time you will need to spend in therapy is up to you and is different for everyone. Sometimes, clients may only need a few months to sort out a specific issue and others may spend much more time in therapy resoving and deconstructing complex issues and history. We should get a feel for how long you might need to be in therapy within the first few sessions. Please note: if you are in crisis, please call 911 or a crisis intervention therapist. Once the crisis passes, you will be ready to explore this type of work.
Modalities Used for Your Treatment
Psychodynamic: Insight therapy. connecting issues related to early life experiences
Relational: use of empathy and compassion
Attachment Perspective: learned style of interacting in relationships
Narrative: reconstructing your life story
Motivational: talk therapy/coaching and brain storming
Brief Therapy: Short term, solution focused work
EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing for small and BIG T trauma as well as relational trauma and an array of other issues.
Information About My Treatment Style
Individual Psychotherapy (45-50 min)- 140
5 Sessions of Pre-Martial Counseling (75 min)- 180 per session
EMDR (60-90 min)- 180
Art is your only income- 100
Clinical Supervision for Interns and Licensed Clinicians-Please call me
Home Visits- 180 (Seniors-100)
Facetime Sessions- 140
Corporate Leadership Consulting (90 min)- 275
Psychotherapy for Therapists-Call me
Sliding scale may be available for those making under 80k.
How my fee is determined.
United Behavioral Health
Self Pay (140)-Sliding Scale may be available
PPO PLANS-(You pay at the time we meet and request reimbursement from your plan. I provide the statement for you).
Out of Network Plans-(You pay at the time we meet and request reimbursement from your plan. I provide the statement for you).
What you need to know about using your insurance.