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NEW SERVICES I am happy to annouce that video sessions are now possible through Simple Practice.  Video sessions allow for some flexibility with scheduling however, they are not yet covered by most insurance plans.  The cost for a one hour video session is $185.00.

Please contact us today to see if I am an appropriate fit for your counseling needs.

We offer a free 20 minute phone consultation for potential new clients.

Initial Intake Session: 60 minutes

Therapy Session: 50 minutes

     Phone Session

     Teletherapy (Video) Session

     Walk and Talk Session

Professional Consultation/Supervision

Sliding Scale: We offer a sliding scale of $125-185

Accepts Insurance: Yes

Accepted Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Check, Discover, Health Savings Account, Mastercard, Visa
Accepted Insurance Plans:

  • BlueCross and BlueShield

  • Optum

  • UnitedHealthcare

  • Out of Network







In the case of a late cancellation clients will be charged a fee of $75.

In the case of a No Show/No Call cancellation clients will be charged a fee of $150.

Services, Fees & Insurance

I offer expert counseling services for individuals and families tailored to your needs. The focus for my practice is reproductive counseling. I help clients facing struggles with infertility, pregnancy and infant loss, and perinatal mood disorders. I work to form a strong relationship with clients to help them understand the many transitions and some loss that accompanies new parenthood or expanding families.  I'm often asked about how long a person can expect to be in therapy and the answer is that it depends on many factors. Most of my clients see me for an average 8-10 sessions with the goal in mind of moving through this transition or adjustment with better confidence and expanded coping skills.  Sometimes our work goes beyond that time frame and when that happens, you are actively involved in providing feedback about your needs and our work together.  


I also see clients who have moved on from having children and are now facing the changes that come with perimenopausal syndrome and menopause. My approach to this work is through a relational approach with some cognitive behavioral and mindfulness strategies.


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