Frequently Asked Questions When
Are you taking new clients?
Yes, as of May, 2023, I am accepting new clients. Book your appointment here.
What is the cost of therapy?
50 minute appointments:
60 minute appointments (Intake):
Seminars: $200 per hour
Therapist Consultation: $100 per hour (billed in 15 minute increments)
Military and Student Discounts apply (10% off)
Do you see people in person?
No, I offer online therapy via encrypted video calls to all of Texas and Washington state.
What does couples therapy with me look like?
As your couples counselor, I will use a combination of evidence-based couples treatments, including Emotionally Focused Therapy and the Gottman Method. Weekly appointments are available, as well as online courses.
What ages do you work with?
I treat individuals college age and up. I do not work with children or teens still in high school.
Do you take insurance?
I do not take insurance, but can provide superbills. Turn these itemized receipts into your insurance provider for direct reimbursement.
Ask your provider about their reimbursement policies for out of network marriage and family therapists.
Please note: I will not submit these superbills for you.
What is the treatment frequency?
Treatment almost always starts with weekly appointments lasting 50 minutes. Frequency drops to bi-weekly and monthly after symptoms improve.
Do you offer online workshops or courses?
Yes! I have two active courses: Communication for Connection for couples, and How to Decrease Family Accommodation in OCD. In-person seminars are also available. Inquire below.
What are your work hours?
Weekly Counseling Appointments: Monday-Thursday, 7:30am-1:00pm (Washington time), 9:30am-3:00pm (Texas time)
What does therapy for an anxiety disorder look like? And how do you treat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?
For anxiety disorders, I will usually use Acceptance- Commitment Therapy, a modality that focuses on creating space for emotions and sensations as well as getting clients back to living into their values. If the anxiety is coming from relational concerns, I will use Family Systems work.
For the treatment of OCD, I use Exposure-Response Prevention, ACT, and/or Inference-Based CBT. All are evidence-based and have been shown to get clients back to living full lives.
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