Individual therapy is a collaborative process between us in which we explore the meaning of your suffering and internalized messages that get in the way of living. Together we will create a plan for therapy that addresses your needs using evidenced based therapeutic interventions. Sessions are 50-minutes in length.
Those of us who have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder have unique challenges that go beyond what traditional therapy provides. You might struggle with paying attention, keeping organized, feeling restless, feeling overwhelmed, feeling as though you are missing something, and maybe feeling like you’re never good enough.
In addition to these challenges you might also have difficulty slowing your mind down, and may feel sad, depressed, angry or misunderstood. Perhaps you become anxious because you find even small tasks overwhelming. You try hard to meet others’ expectations and often are told to try harder, or that you are doing ‘it’ wrong, or you need to pay attention.
Living with ADHD can be really hard. It can also be rewarding. Did you know that people who have ADHD are often very intelligent, are creative in nature, have a great sense of humor and feel emotions more intensely than those without? It’s true!
In order to embrace these awesome qualities it helps to learn how to tackle all your needs. I will help you understand and manage your emotions; learn how to complete tasks and organize your life in a way that works for you; recognize how ADHD and messages from others impacts your self esteem; and learn to take charge of your life.
Because of the stigma associated with suicide, many suicide attempt survivors feel very alone and don’t know where to turn. Talking with others who have similar experiences can be an important part of healing after a suicide attempt.
This 8-week closed group provides participants a chance to meet and talk to others who have survived a suicide attempt and a chance to learn skills that may help cope with suicidal thoughts and feelings in order to stay safe in the future. Each group is 90 – 120 minutes based on size of group. Group is re-occurring.
I offer consultation for parents of adolescents who struggle with ADHD.
I provide clinical supervision for clinicians working toward licensure in professional counseling. I also provide case consultation on an as-needed basis.
Fees vary based on service provided.
New Client/Initial Evaluation (75 min): $180
Individual Therapy (50 min): $130
Family Meeting (50 – 60 min): $150
Parent Consultation (50 min): $150
SAS Support Group (90-120 min): $70 per week/$560 total
I do not currently accept insurance and will provide a receipt for you to submit to your insurance provider for out-of-network reimbursement upon request.
I am a provider for the following:
The Second Wind Fund
Payment is expected at time of services. I accept all major credit/debit cards, checks, and cash.
I have a 24-hour cancellation policy. If a scheduled appointment is not cancelled prior to 24-hours of appointment time the responsible payee will be charged for the full scheduled session rate.