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Do you accept insurance?

I do not accept insurance and operate off of a cash pay model. However, at your request, I can provide you with a super bill form that you can submit to your insurance company for potential reimbursement. This means that you must make full payment at the end of your session in order for me to provide you with a super bill, and depending on your insurance coverage, your insurance company may refund you all or a portion of your mental health expenses.

I highly recommend that you call your insurance company and ask the following questions:

  • Does my health insurance plan include mental health benefits?

  • Do I have a deductible? If so, what is it and have I met it yet?

  • How many sessions am I allowed to have each year? 

  • What is the out-of-network coverage amount per therapy session?

  • Do I need a referral from my primary care physician in order to be seen by a psychotherapist?

Payment is due at the conclusion of each session. I only accept cash and all major credit cards. I also accept payment via Ivy Pay which I will have to send you a link in order for you to add your payment method.


Am I guaranteed to get results?

It depends. Every client is unique and bring different perspectives to their presenting problems. Successful therapy typically consists of authenticity, an open mind, flexibility, a willingness to acknowledge self-destructive patterns, and a total commitment to the process. Although this is a collaborative relationship, you are responsible for implementing the identified strategies discussed in session, which will determine your results. Keep in mind that healing has no set time frame, but slow progress is still progress. 


What is the difference between individual therapy and High Performance Mindfulness Coaching?

If you feel that your mental health has been significantly impacted by the challenges of life causing you emotional distress and making it hard for you to function in your daily activities, then individual therapy may be the better choice. However, if you are experiencing performance anxiety, have difficulty with managing frustration, and often has the thought of, "I'm not good enough", then HPMC may be for you. HMPC is suited for athletes, business executives, and for anyone with a competitive spirit. To further help you identify the difference, I have listed the focus of each service below.

Individual Therapy:

  • Focuses on mental health

  • Experiencing intense anxiety and depressive symptoms

  • Has unresolved trauma or past hurts; more focused on the past and the present

  • Have difficulty expressing or feeling emotions

  • Interpersonal relationships are contributing to mental health distress

  • May utilize a variety of therapeutic modalities to help facilitate healing

  • Therapist empowers client to trust their own decision making ability


  •  Emphasis is placed on how to use the breath as a grounding tool for emotional regulation

  • Increase awareness of self-talk 

  • Utilize guided meditation to enhance self-compassion and acceptance

  • Uses a solution focused approach

  • Improve mental toughness and resiliency ability 

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