Therapy is a collaborative process that involves building a strong and trusting relationship between the therapist and the client. Research shows that the quality of this relationship is a crucial factor in the effectiveness of therapy. By creating a safe and compassionate environment, therapy provides the opportunity for clients to explore and heal from past and present relational experiences that may have contributed to their current distress and anxiety. In therapy, clients can work towards understanding their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors, while learning new ways of connecting with themselves and others. By focusing on developing healthier attachment patterns, clients can create a more hopeful and fulfilling future.
Therapy is a unique and personal experience that can vary from person to person. Some individuals find therapy to be a safe and supportive space to explore their thoughts and emotions, while others may initially find it challenging or uncomfortable. If you're considering therapy, it's important to find a therapist who you feel comfortable with and who can help you achieve your goals. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me to schedule a consultation.
The length of therapy varies depending on your specific needs and goals. Generally though most engage in therapy for 3-6 months and some about a year.
The frequency of our sessions will depend on your needs and goals. I encourage my clients to come weekly for at least the first 6 weeks so that rapport and treatment can be established. From there, we can discuss reducing frequency.
Initial session/ Assessment: $200
55-minute session: $175
Yes, I accept Optum, Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, UMR and HPN. Please contact me so we can determine if you are eligible.
Yes, I offer telehealth sessions for clients who prefer to meet remotely. Telehealth sessions are conducted via a secure video conferencing platform.
I use a holistic approach that combines evidence-based techniques such as EMDR, CBT, and mindfulness with yoga and body-centered practices. This integrative approach is tailored to your unique needs and goals, and can help you address a range of mental health concerns.
Confidentiality is an essential part of therapy, and I take it very seriously. Anything you share with me is kept strictly confidential, with a few exceptions. If I believe that you're in danger of harming yourself or someone else, or if I'm legally required to do so, I may need to break confidentiality. I'll discuss this with you in detail during our first session.