Is counseling right for me?
If you are struggling with life issues that are interfering with your ability to achieve happiness and reach your goals or if you have symptoms of a mental health diagnosis (whether you have been formerly diagnosed or not), counseling can benefit you.
Are services confidential?
Yes! Unless you sign a release of information, your enrollment in services and all information discussed during sessions are confidential.
What are your rates/what insurance do you accept?
How long are your sessions?
Counseling sessions are 1 hour long.
How often do you meet with clients?
I meet with clients once per week for one hour.
What do I do during a crisis or emergency?
Do you make house calls?
Are we able to hang out when I am no longer your client?
No. This is considered a dual relationship and goes against the ethical standards of my licensing. In order to maintain appropriate boundaries and protect your confidentiality, a personal relationship is ill-advised and could be potentially harmful to you. As a professional, it is my role to protect the integrity of your therapeutic process and one of the ways in which I do so is by not engaging in dual relationships.
Do I have to have a mental health diagnosis to come to you?
How long do I need to go to counseling?
What if I come to you and you are not the right counselor for me?