I Understand That Therapy Is A Financial Commitment. It’s also a place for you to experience growth and healing in a way that can change your life.

My fee is $140 for each 60-minute session (In-person and online rates). I accept check, cash, and all major credit cards for payment. (Please see my FAQ’s for further information)

  • Initial Intake Appointment (75 minutes): $155

  • Standard 60-minute Individual session: $140

  • I am also able to extend sessions at a rate of $20 per 30 minutes (This would have to be arranged in advance)

MY FEE INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

Additional Access:

My clients have access to me by way of a secure messaging portal where you can email/text me throughout the week (M-F). You do not have to wait an entire week until you see me again to ask me a question or share something with me.

Session Summary:

I provide my clients with a Session Follow-Up Summary. I do not keep my progress notes a secrete. This way, you don’t have to try and remember everything. You can access your notes at any time. I will share your assessments by way of your secure client portal, too, and interpret them for you.

Network Access:

I help you build a professional health team to assist in your treatment with me.

Food / Mood Analysis:

After our initial session, I will send you a Food/Mood Diary to complete during the week and bring back to your second session. It provides a 3-day window into food habits and patterns and how a client links mood and energy to food quality, quantity, and timing. It provides me with a quick visual of the client’s nutrition and helps to identify initial places to start the change process to help enhance better mental health.

There is no doubt that nutrition matters and affects our mental health, as mood follows food. It can exacerbate mental health decline. As a Certified Mental Health Integrative Medicine Provider, this is a part of my work with each client. Changing thoughts, beliefs, and habits happens slowly in therapy; however, changing nutritional beliefs and behaviors is no different.