Patient Information

Investing in your peace and fulfillment is the next step to starting the counseling process.

To meet your needs, the following forms of payment are accepted: Cash, Check, Credit Card, PayPal, Zelle Quick Pay.


Complimentary (15 minutes)

Initial Intake (60 minutes) – $175

Individual Counseling Session (50 minutes) – $150

Couples Initial Intake (75 minutes) – $225

Couples Counseling Session (60 minutes) – $200

Appointment Policies And Procedures:

  • Please arrive at the appointment time. Even when clients are running late, counseling sessions will end on time.
  • Please provide 24 business hours’ notice if you are unable to make your appointment. Saturday and Monday appointment cancellations should take place on the preceding Friday. Failure to provide 24 hours’ notice will incur a $150 fee for a missed individual session or $200 fee for a missed couple’s session. Insurance does not cover fees for missed appointments. Clients are financially responsible for this fee.


How does it work? What do I have to do in sessions?

Because each person has different circumstances and goals, therapy will depend on the individual or couple. I tailor my therapeutic approach to your specific needs.

How long will it take?

The length of time required for you to feel better varies widely and largely depends on the challenge(s) that brought you to seek counseling.  Your time here may be brief or extended. Ultimately, the time it takes is determined by progress, you, and I (your therapist). It is not uncommon for people to decide to continue seeing a therapist for counsel and support, even after they are “better.” Many people see it as “preventive care.”

I want to get the most out of therapy. What can I do to ensure this?

Your active participation and dedication is crucial to your success. The work you do outside of our sessions will also greatly help you see growth and development.

My partner and I are having problems. Should we be in individual counseling or come together?

If you are concerned about your relationship, and you would both like to work with me, I would initially work with both of you together. After this work, if one of you would like to continue in individual sessions, I could work with only one of you. It is not helpful to move from individual into couple’s work with the same therapist because of potential ethical issues.