Services & Price Structure
Knowing that you want to make changes in your life can be overwhelming. In our first session, you will share your concerns with me. In turn, I will share how psychotherapy can help, and how we might work together towards a common goal.
In order to ensure privacy and quality of care, I do not bill any insurance directly. Depending on your insurance plan you may be able to request out-of-network reimbursement from your carrier. Should you choose to do so, I am happy to provide the necessary receipts.
Individual and Couples Therapy - $200/Hour
Group Therapy - $70/Person
Sessions for individual and couples therapy typically lasts 60 minutes. Longer sessions
are available upon request. Group therapy are 90 minute sessions.
Feeling Better About Yourself
I specialize in working with people who are struggling with depression, grief and loss, personal growth, self-understanding, relationship and parenting issues.
I use a variety of therapeutic techniques and theories to help clients help clients feel better about themselves and their relationships. Therapy all by itself cannot change a person or a situation. The process of psychotherapy helps individuals connect with strengths that enable them to make positive changes in their lives.
Rate - $200/Hour
The Path to Intimacy
By helping each partner understand the obstacles to intimacy, the process of psychotherapy can lead to greater understanding of how you get along and where you get stuck. This understanding often leads to behavior changes that allow partners to enjoy each other more.
In the Face of Infidelity
Recovery after an affair requires management of many feelings at once. Feelings of grief, anger, loss of trust and guilt are natural. In couples’ counseling, the goal is to channel the expression of those feelings to promote recovery and positive change. Through the process of psychotherapy, partners rediscover common ground and the possibility of moving forward with a deeper sense of intimacy and trust than previously shared.
Rate - $200/Hour
Divorce & Co-Parenting
When a Marriage Dissolves
Divorce initiates change in all areas of one’s life. Couples can experience significant financial, emotional, social and geographical change during and after divorce. Psychotherapy can be helpful to each partner in easing the experience of grief.
Trying to manage all of these changes, while grieving the loss of the marriage, is especially difficult when parents want to create a smooth transition for their children. Sharing one’s experience with a therapist can accelerate the recovery process stemming from the feelings of loss when a marriage ends.
Getting to the Business of Parenting
For parents it is often helpful to come together in the business of parenting. Co-parenting after divorce requires setting aside feelings towards one’s ex-spouse and establishing a business-like relationship focused on the child’s best interests. Children are very resilient. Parents work to create an environment that fosters buoyancy. Teamwork is a must. Therapy during or after the divorce can help parents make the successful transition from married parents to divorced co-parents.
Rate - $200/Hour
Interpersonal Process Group
This group is for adults looking to improve their relationships with themselves and others. The group provides a safe place to explore issues and experiment with different ways of thinking about oneself in relation to others.
Meeting times are Friday 9-10:30, Friday 12:30-2:00, and Wednesday 3-4:30. Additional times may be available. Please contact me for more information or to schedule a pre-group screening.
Check Your Cell Phone at the Door
A group for adults who are interested in taking charge of reducing the effects of stress on their mind, body, and spirit. Experience a 40 minute mindfulness group to unplug from the world of electronics and multitasking.
Practicing meditation on your own can be challenging. Guided meditation will be used to help focus attention, reduce stress, and increase productivity. In this group you will have the opportunity to learn, practice, and share your experience of meditative practice with a group of like-minded adults.
This group is currently forming. Please contact me for more information or to schedule a group screening.
Support Group for Parents of Children with Special Needs
Being a parent of a child with special needs has its own unique challenges and joys. This group meets weekly on Tuesdays for an hour and a half and focuses on:
Decreasing the social isolation resulting from caring for your child
Sharing feelings of loss with others who understand
Decreasing the experience of stress caused by caring for your child’s special needs
Sharing resources with parents who have similar needs
Rate - $70/Hour