What is Therapy?
Therapy (or psychotherapy) is the process of interpersonal treatment for problems that affect the quality of your life. Generally, therapy is a safe space to talk through and work on many different goals. Ultimately, through this healing and growth, people report living more meaningful and authentic lives.
What is your approach to therapy?
My approach is integrative, meaning that I tie in different schools of therapy (cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, humanistic, relational, and mindfulness) to try to meet each person’s individual treatment needs. My aim in therapy is to not only relieve your current stressors but provide lasting positive change.
How often do we meet?
We will typically meet once a week, for 50-55 minutes.
How long does therapy last (in terms of ongoing sessions)?
Therapy can be both short-term (weeks or months) to long term (years). This varies from person to person. Therapy is a collaborative process, and therefore you will be an active participant in deciding when to end therapy.
Do you work with children?
No, I do not work with children on an individual basis, but I do work with adults who have parenting concerns/issues.
Do you accept insurance?
Yes, I am an in-network provider for BlueCross BlueShield PPO. If you have another PPO policy, your insurance typically covers a percentage of my fees as well.