I currently accept Optum, United, Cigna, and Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO insurance. Please be advised that your telehealth benefits may be different than your in-person therapy benefits, so it's best to call and check before our first session.
If you have another type of insurance, I can provide you with what's called a superbill if you want to be reimbursed by your insurance company after seeing me.
$130 for a 50-minute session.
I offer discounted rates when appropriate. Please feel free to contact me for more information.
Initial 15-minute consultations are free, to ensure we are a good fit. If it turns out I'm not the right therapist for you, I'll do my best to make an appropriate referral.
You don't have to have any particular diagnosis for us to be a good fit. Therapy is focused on developing helpful skills and relieving symptoms that cause you distress. With that being said, a diagnosis helps us identify the best strategies to treat your symptoms. I specialize in treating:
Depending on what's the best fit for your symptoms and diagnosis, I might use any of the following in our work together:
I treat teens and adults 15+. I have no upper age limit. My focus is more on symptoms than on age, so please feel free to schedule a consultation to see if we are going to be a good fit.
Yes! I am an ally.
Heck yes! I am a big fan of whatever works to make a positive change in your life. If MAT helps you to stay away from your DOC and your life is better because of it, I'm 100% supportive.
I support whatever it takes to get you living the life you deserve. If AA, NA, OA, SLAA, or any other 12-step program is a key part of your recovery, then I am behind it. I am familiar with the 12 steps and will work to supplement your progress through those steps if that is what you want.
On the flip side, I will never push a 12-step program on anyone.
See the full answer here. I have been providing mental health treatment online since 2017. Online therapy sessions give you the freedom to fit appointments into your busy schedule, without worrying about the additional time required to travel to/from the office, or struggle to find childcare. And then there's the pure convenience factor - attending therapy in your sweatpants from the comfort of your couch!
The most up-to-date laws about online therapy say that the therapist has to have a license in the same state where the client is currently located. Since I am licensed in Texas and Colorado, I can only treat people who live in Texas and Colorado.