Services & Fees

I am committed to listening to and honoring your story, and to helping you rewrite it as you are ready. There are pieces to everyone’s story that either do not need to be changed or cannot be changed. But if you are seeking therapy, you are aware on some level that something in your life is not working for you. You might need a listening ear and someone to be with you as you are with acceptance and strength for your journey. Or you might be ready to dig deeper – to work on changing patterns that no longer serve you by integrating your past into your present with compassion and clarity so that a different future is possible. By telling your story, healing can begin.

I work with clients who are experiencing:

self-esteem issues
transition/life changes
depression
anxiety
pregnancy
pregnancy after a loss
postpartum concerns and mood disorders
parenting
parenting after a loss
relationship issues
grief and loss
couple therapy

Investment:

Individual sessions are 60 minutes long.

For couples, we start with a 1.5 to 2 hour session. I know from my work with parents of young children and babies that it can feel challenging to find this chunk of time, yet I have found this amount of time to be so important as we begin your therapeutic work together.  If your baby is three months and younger, you’re welcome to bring him/her with you to a session and we’ll see how that goes.  After the first session, we will talk about how long future sessions should be. Future sessions will usually be 1.5 to 2 hours in length.

Individual sessions are billed per hour at a rate of $110/hour.

Couple sessions are billed per hour at a rate of $125/hour.

If cost is a barrier to you, let me know.  I reserve a limited number of reduced fee slots.  We will talk about your financial and therapeutic needs and create a payment plan together that works for all of us.

I accept cash, check or credit card and payment is expected at time of service.

I do not accept insurance but can provide you with a receipt for you to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement as an “out of network” provider.  Depending on your health insurance plan, this can be a great way to receive some reimbursement.

Any other questions?  Please ask!