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Frequently Asked Questions

  • I’ve never been to therapy, How do I get started?

You can start by getting more familiar with what therapy is by downloading my *free* e-book to answer some more questions you may have. Click HERE.


  • Do you accept insurance?

I do not accept insurance. At this time, I am private pay only.


  • How much are your services?

My fee is $140/session.


  • What type of issues do you address? What are your specialties?

I have a lot of experience with many different issues, however, the issues I work more specifically with are: anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, codependency. Click HERE to learn more about my services.


  • What type of sessions do you offer? 

I offer: in-person sessions, Telehealth sessions, and walking sessions. 


  • How long is each session? 

A full session is 60 minutes. We will spend 50 minutes talking/in session together; and the remaining 10 minutes I use that time to write progress notes from our session. 


  • Do you see children for therapy?

No, I see clients 18 years old and up.

  • Are you LGBTQIA+ friendly?

Absolutely! Y’all means all! :)

  • Do you do family, couple, or marriage counseling?

The short answer is, no. I focus on mainly the individual, however, in rare cases I may conduct a session with another individual for therapeutic reasons. In this case, this would never be a surprise to all parties involved.


  • Do you prescribe medication?

No, I am not qualified to prescribe medication.


  • How often should I come?

This answer depends on each individual, however, we will discuss to determine this answer taking into consideration your: symptoms, frequency symptoms, schedule, financial situation.

  • Are you faith-based, christian, therapist?

No. I take a non-judgmental approach and accept and welcome all race, religions, and sexual orientations. I am constantly learning, educating myself, and am always open to learning new ways to help cater to these communities. 

  • Do I have to have a specific problem/issue to work on?

No, you do not need to have a specific problem to start therapy. Many people seek therapy for a variety of reasons, such as improving their relationships, managing stress, exploring personal growth and development, or simply wanting to enhance their overall well-being.


  • I have more questions or ready to make an appointment, How do I contact you?

You can contact me by email, phone (call or text). Click HERE for contact info.

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