About Counseling

One of the primary functions of counseling is to help clients recognize their own strengths, uncover what is preventing them from using their own strength’s and helping clarify what kind of goals and person they want to be.

Every patient has some important rights in the counseling process such as the right of informed consent, providing the information they need to become active participants in the therapeutic alliance. As well, dimensions of confidentiality guarantee the patient a high degree of privacy which is central to the therapy process. As well, every counselor must abide by rigorous ethical codes of conduct to ensure patient safety and security.

The theories and techniques revered and deployed by the profession are extensive. Every counselor typically aligns themselves with a higher philosophical orientation such as psychoanalytic, Adlerian, Existential, Person-centered, Gestalt, Reality, Behaviorist, Cognitive-Behaviorist, Family systems, and the list goes on. Within each of these broader psychological orientations are a number of technical tools utilized to engage the issues a patient may be having or experiencing. And like all therapists and counselors, I have over the years, developed my own mobilizing practices and lean into the ‘here and now” of the time I spend with clients, an ahistoric approach that allows much more than a clinical exchange, but a person-to-person meaning-making opportunity in the here and now of the hour.

Psychotherapy is a part of my practice that is integrated into counseling as a higher, third-tier complement to therapy, that helps to see the gestalt or broader uniform parts as they look in a person’s life.  Counseling then allows a more focused prospect of engaging each client’s goal with strategy and tactical ambition.

From 3,000 scientific studies, the pronounced benefits of psychotherapy endure. The potentials of therapy are wonderful.


Health outcomes of those who engage psychotherapy versus those who do not

Counselling/Psychotherapy Pricing Options

50-minute Zoom Sessions are $200.00 (Private pay clients)

What is a private pay client? Private pay clients opt out of using insurance to pay for sessions, but rather, prefer to simply pay out of pocket for a variety of reasons such as privacy, convenience and efficiency.

Insurance Options

I accept a variety of insurance.

I have partnered with Headway, a third-party business that makes scheduling and insurance easier for clients! If you would like to use your insurance for sessions, simply go to my portal at Headway and fill out  all necessary information and then schedule. It’s that easy!


 Headway link


Scheduling your first session is an important step and I am here for you.

If this is your first time, it is easy to register for a first session. Just answer either of these two questions:

Are you a private pay new client? Private pay means that you simply will not be using insurance. If so, you can fill out the intake form here and schedule as well here.

Are you an insured client? If you will be using insurance, you can go to my Headway portal and fill out for insuance, in addition to scheduling all in the same portal.

If you have inquiry questions then just use the form below.

Together we will develop a strategic plan for addressing the issues that are weighing on your life, and move you to the potentials for better health.

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