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FAQ

What can I expect from therapy?

During the first session, we will go over and explore what your symptoms look like, your history, and start to establish goals for therapy. We will be work towards reaching your goals together and build a toolbox of skills along the way. Your sessions are just that, YOUR sessions. I want you to get what you need out of them, however, in order to do that, you have to be there, present, and put in the work (in and out of the sessions). Change can be uncomfortable, but very worth it.  There will most likely be crying, laughing, cursing, realizations, and even set-backs--all valid and all part of being a human in the healing process. Let's start your healing journey today!. For more information about the evidence-based therapy I typically use, click here. 

Do you take insurance?

Yes, see the Services page for additional information.

How do I pay for sessions?

All payment are made through Alma/Headway and/or Ivy Pay. A credit card/Debit Card/FSA card are all accepted and are required to be kept on file for auto pay on Alma/Headway and/or Ivy Pay.

How long will my appointments be?

Sessions are 30-60 minutes and can be scheduled weekly/bi-weekly (every other week).

Do you have a cancellation/no show fee, and what do I do if I need to miss/reschedule a session?

Yes, Consistency in your sessions is imperative for change to happen. We are not able to do the work, if you are not there. That being said, if there is a cancellation less then 24 hours before the session time and/or no show, there is a $50 no show fee. Communication is very important and life happens, it is important to reach out if there is something that comes up. If we are able to reschedule within the same week, I will waive the fee.  

What if I have an emergency, and unable to reach you?

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please reach out to your local crisis number, and/or 911. Here are some crisis numbers, which can also be found here.

National Suicide Lifeline-Call/Text 988

Orange County Crisis Call Center (NY)- 311

SAMHSA’s National Helpline : 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

Crisis Text Line (National): Text HOPE to 741-741

The Trevor Project for LGBTQ Youth: Call 1-866-488-7386 or Text START to 678-678

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