Therapists learn hundreds (literally hundreds) of techniques for  helping people heal.  Some people will tell you that these techniques are all "equally good” but every therapist, in the history of therapists, knows that’s not true and we all play favorites.  Here are my go-to therapy approaches and a little insight into me.


A body-oriented approach to exploring trauma, stress and pain that builds on the body’s own inner wisdom and resources for healing.


Expressive Arts Therapy uses art, poetry, story-telling and a variety of creative approaches to help people heal and grow. Unlike traditional arts expression, the process of creation is emphasized rather than the final product.  


A evidence-based intervention that uses acceptance and mindfulness strategies, together with a commitment to chosen values, to connect with the present moment more fully and reduce anxiety.


An innovative approach to resolving deeply embedded emotional and behavioral difficulties. Based on the work of Jon Connelly, Ph.D., LCSW.


Narrative therapy is a gentle, non-blaming approach to understanding one’s struggles. In narrative therapy, there is an emphasis on the stories we develop and carry with us through our lives.


A complementary and alternative approach to mental health that draws on the complex relationship between the mind, body and natural environment.


Somatic ReStorying is a therapeutic process that incorporates wisdom and techniques from a variety of person- and body-centered therapies including Reikki and Felt Sense Focusing. It is designed to help people who have suffered trauma that has resulted in emotional and physical pain.

I do not take insurance.

Private payment provides you with the benefits of confidentiality, which I value highly. As an out-of-network provider, I do not bill insurance companies directly, but I am happy to provide you with monthly receipts that you can submit for reimbursement.

Please ask your insurance company about their out-of-network benefits towards mental health counseling. It may also be important to ask about your deductible. It is probably a good idea to call your insurance company before you schedule an appointment if you are hoping for partial reimbursement.

My Rates


My rates are based on the length and type of the session:

Individual Therapy (60 minutes): $160
(Because you deserve an hour solely dedicated to you)

Family/Sibling Therapy (60 minutes): $185
(Because it’s not you, it’s them)

Intensive Trauma Therapy (90 minutes): $240
(Includes Rapid Resolution and Somatic ReStorying)