FAQs

Where is your office located?

Sessions are offered exclusively online for the foreseeable future. My practice is based in Spokane, WA.

How long are the therapy sessions?

Sessions are 50 minutes and scheduled on the hour. Longer sessions are available by request; sometimes, if you choose to use art in your therapeutic journey, longer sessions can facilitate a deeper process.

Do you accept insurance?

I am considered an out of network provider. That means I don’t work directly with any insurance companies, however you likely have out of network benefits and can find out more about what your insurance provides by calling them to inquire. Usually, OON benefits cover a portion of your session costs and reimburse you upon recieving a Superbill which you submit to your insurance company. All sessions are paid by you upfront and you are reimbursed down the road directly through your insurance.

$225 initial paperwork and intake session

$225 per 50 minute ongoing session

Everyone’s circumstances are unique to them and the length of time counseling can take to allow you to accomplish your goals depends on your desire for personal development, your commitment, and the factors that are driving you to seek counseling in the first place.

How do I get started?

I offer every new client a free 15-20 minute consultation call to determine if we are a good fit. Finding a therapist who “speaks your language” and who can meet your where you are is the key to having a productive therapeutic journey.

You can schedule that call here!

What is your cancellation policy?

I have a no-cancellation policy for individual sessions. I am committed to your growth and transformation, therefore I support you to attend your regularly scheduled sessions so that you can get the most out of your investment! Given 48-hours notice, your session can be rescheduled for the same week or the week after given availability.

Do you work with men?

I sure do! In addition to working with women; I aim to help men find beneficial ways to cope with stress, express their emotions, and improve their communication in relationships. Read more here.