Options for Counseling
Currently I offer only online counseling. Services can be accessed via email, chat, phone or video depending on the service selected. Each style of contact has its benefits and drawbacks. PLEASE NOTE: online counseling is not appropriate for those in crisis. If you are experiencing thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, please call the suicide hotline 1-800-273-8255, or call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Please contact me if you have questions or would like to arrange a free 20-minute phone consultation.
Online Video Therapy for Adults and Couples
Affordable online video therapy sessions are available through a HIPPA complaint online system called Doxy. Similar to Skype, you can access it on a variety of devices (computer, tablet, smartphone).
I offer flexible scheduling. Appointments are available weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly according to your needs. This works well for those wanting to schedule individual sessions, and may not be able to do a session every week.
Have an appointment?
Fee's are collected at least 24 hours prior to the start of the session via Square invoice. See FAQ for cancelation policy.
Some disadvantages to consider
- All types of online therapy pose certain drawbacks. Technical difficulties can impede or interrupt session or communication.
- Email based therapy lacks the input of body language and facial expressions, which can be an important part of the therapy process, especially when dealing with particularly sensitive topics. It is important to consider that when choosing what platform best fits your therapeutic needs.
- I do not currently accept any insurance plans. You should be the one to make decisions about your mental health care.