Who do you offer video-sessions to?
I offer video sessions to residents of Colorado and Washington state.
How do I know if you’re the right Therapist for me?
When it comes to Therapists, you should shop around. Find someone that you feel safe with, someone you feel like you can trust, and someone you feel like is willing to help you work towards your goals. I work intuitively, transparently, and with a focus on emotions/emotional blocks. I offer a free phone consultation in order to determine if I’m the right counselor for you.
Are you able to see clients in-person?
Yes, I see clients in the Denver area and online.
I’m not tech-savy, how difficult is teletherapy?
It’s quick and easy! I will simply email you a protected link at the time of our session, you will click on it and we will start our session.
How do I schedule my session?
To schedule a session, email me at [email protected] . At the end of each session we will schedule our next together. If you need to cancel a session, email or call me 24-hours in advance of your appointment time or you may be required to pay for the session in full.
Can email correspondence be used for counseling?
Due to the unsecured nature of email, no counseling will be done via email. Email is used for scheduling only. Phone consultations are offered to determine goodness of fit between counselor and client.
Will you ever tell my partner and I to break up?
As a professional therapist, it is my job to help increase your awareness of patterns, look at things from a different perspective, and empower you. The decision to leave a relationship is personal and completely yours to make. I, however, do not conduct couple’s therapy with relationships that have physical violence within them. For these relationships, I will refer you on to an appropriate provider.
Are you open to working with couple’s that have a non-traditional relationship style?
Yes. Relationship styles and dynamics are as varied as people, themselves. Whether your relationship is polyamorous, open, kinky, or monogamous; you deserve a couple’s counselor that seeks to understand, support, and help to strengthen your relationship.
What is the benefit to scheduling a 90-minute couple’s session versus a 50-minute couple’s session?
While some couples prefer to have a traditional couple’s session, others desire to have more time to delve into the issues affecting their relationship. These longer sessions are especially helpful for couple’s dealing with issues such as infidelity, discernment counseling or complex subjects that take more time to work through.
As a Therapist, what is your background?
I grew up in Washington state. I obtained a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Eastern Washington University in 2017. After, I attended Gonzaga University and received a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Counseling in 2019. Currently, I am providing online counseling to residents of Colorado and Washington state. I also see clients within the Denver area.
Do the topics in each therapy session remain private?
There is practically nothing more important in therapy than confidentiality. As with any doctor/patient agreement, your privacy is of the utmost importance. Before our work together begins, you will read and sign an ‘informed consent’ agreement. As I am still working toward full licensure, my supervisor will oversee my work with clients. Therefore, she will also have access to client information as needed in order to provide you with the best care possible. Aside from this, it is your choice if you’d like to have me share anything significant with your other healthcare providers, but this will only be done with your written consent. The exceptions to confidentiality are in cases of suspected abuse of any kind (including child protection), or if I have any reason to believe you may hurt yourself, or others.