How can I get the most out of my counseling sessions?
Similar to working out, it’s important to understand that you will get more results from therapy if you actively participate in the process. The ultimate purpose of therapy is to help you bring what you learn in sessions back into your life. Beyond the work you do in therapy sessions, if you are receptive to homework, I can suggest some things you can do outside of therapy to support your progress – such as practicing mindfulness skills, journaling on a specific topic, noticing particular behaviors or taking action on your goals.
As a parent, how can I help my child while they see you?
If you’re reading this, chances are you’re already helping them just by setting up our initial consultation together. Our collaboration is extremely important as I’ll be teaching you the same skills your child is learning. Family therapy may be helpful and necessary in changing your child’s behavior, too. Change is usually experienced when families are working together and encouraging one another while discovering new ways to cope.
What type of clients do you work with?
Although my specialization is children and families, I work with all ages from 4 to 84-years-old. Please contact me to see if I can help out with your specific needs.
Do you take insurance?
As an out-of-network provider I can provide invoices with all the pertinent information needed for reimbursement. It’s always encouraged to contact your insurance carrier to see if your specific policy provides partial or full reimbursement of our sessions.
What makes you different from other therapists?
Not only am I committed to providing you with the best clinical care to meet your specific needs, it is my personal goal to be a safe and compassionate support system for you and your family, too. If this fits with what you are looking for, I invite you to get in touch with me today.