Are you tired of fighting with your body? Sick of being consumed with thoughts of how to “fix” yourself, and constantly feeling like you’re doing it wrong? Feeling out of control, no matter how many times you tell yourself it’ll be different?
It’s not just you. Many of my clients struggle with these same cycles, and it’s time to find freedom. I specialize in the treatment of disordered eating patterns and body image distress. The heart of what I do is provide space and intentional care for you and your journey.
Are you tired of first date failures? Sick of constantly wondering “what are we doing?” Frustrated with spinning your wheels and feeling like you’re not getting what you need, no matter how many ways you ask? Resentful and considering divorce in your 30’s? Or are you just wondering why relationships are so damn hard?
You’re in the right place. It’s not just you. Many of my clients struggle with these same questions, and I’m passionate about using therapy to help you work through it all- not only what’s happening now, but also what got you here, and where you want to go. The heart of what I do is provide space and care for you and your relationships. You want something to be different, and I want to help you in figuring out what that could look like.
The first session, or intake session, is all about determining your needs and if we’ll be a good fit together. During this time I’ll learn about what brings you to therapy, current struggles and symptoms, past experiences, important relationships, and goals. I’ll then share more about my style and what working together could look like. You’ll then have the opportunity to share any questions, concerns, or preferences for moving forward with therapy.
This depends on what you bring to therapy (referring not only to your concerns, but also your openness). Some problems are able to be resolved within a few sessions, and others are more complex and will require more time and processing together. Throughout therapy we’ll check in about goals, how we’re moving towards them, and what aspects are helping to provide relief in an effort to move you forward faster.
Protecting your privacy is an ethical and legal responsibility I take incredibly seriously. As a client, information you share about yourself will be kept confidential. There are a few exceptions, and these include if information is shared which indicates clear and imminent risk to you or someone else, concerns of child or elder abuse, or as required by court order. Additional details regarding the rights and limits of confidentiality are available in the Notice of Privacy Practices, which is available to you through the intake paperwork.
I do not. Therapists are generally not able to provide medication evaluations or scripts, however I am happy to refer you for a consultation with a psychiatrist, and collaborate closely with your psychiatrist in your care.
I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO and Blue Choice PPO plans, and am a Lyra network provider. For other insurance networks and plans I am happy to provide a receipt (also known as a superbill) for sessions, which may be used for reimbursement from your insurance company.
Yes! All sessions are via telehealth, therefore sessions are available using video or phone. For video sessions we’ll meet through a secure platform using a unique link for your sessions.