FAQ

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  • Should I be in therapy?

If you’ve thought this question, you probably should be. Therapy is unique to each individual, so whatever topic you come in with is what we will discuss. There is no right or wrong reason to attend therapy. The first session, also known as the initial consultation, is time for you to see if you want to be in therapy and see if I am the right therapist for you!

  • How long is a session?

An individual session is typically 50 minutes. Couples counseling can range from 50 to 80 minute sessions.

  • How much will therapy cost?

Individual therapy is $125 per session. Couples therapy is $145 per session. An additional $40 fee is applied if you would like to extend your session by 30 minutes. I also offer a sliding fee scale on an as needed basis. Limited appointments are available utilizing this reduced rate. Please mention this during your intake call if this is something that would make therapy more accessible.

  • Do you have a student discount?

Yes! If you are a college and/or graduate student in the surrounding community, please let me know during your intake to discuss a discounted fee.

  • How often will we meet?

Sessions are typically once a week, but some clients choose to be seen bi-weekly or once per month depending on their therapeutic and financial needs. Usually clients will start seeing me on a weekly basis, then as progress is made they transition to less frequent sessions.

  • Do you offer Teletherapy?

Yes I do! All services are currently provided via a HIPAA compliant teletherapy platform. You must be a resident of California to participate in services.

  • Do you accept insurance?

Not at this time. Payments can be made with a debit/credit card.

  • Do you offer crisis appointments?

I do not provide crisis services or 24 hour crisis intervention. If you would like to make an appointment please refer to the appointment request page. If you are in need of crisis or emergency services please contact 911 or visit your local emergency room.