What is a women's counselor?

Through my professional experience, I have learned that I thrive working with other women. I have narrowed my specialty down to women’s issues to provide specialized, professional, and expert therapeutic services to women.

How long are sessions, and how often do we meet?

My sessions are 45 minutes. Depending on your needs and goals will determine how frequently we meet. 

How does payment work?

I charge $100 per session. I accept private pay clients through cash, check, or credit card (Visa, Master Card, and Discover). I do not accept insurance, but my rates may be comparable to your insurance co-pay. A few benefits to private pay for you to consider:
  •  You do not need a diagnosis code for therapy – therefore, you don't need a label of a specific diagnosis in order to see me. 
  • YOU determine how many sessions you need; not the insurance company. 

What if I have an emergency?

In case of emergency, please call 911 or proceed to your nearest ER. I am not able to be on call 24/7 in case of emergencies. Please feel free to call on the next business day.

What should I expect at my first session?

During the first session, we will get to know each other by reviewing the health questionnaire you fill out prior to coming. We will begin to explore your needs and goals for therapy. This will be the time for you to ask any questions that you might have about the therapeutic process.  Payment is due at the first session.

Where do we meet?

I have a virtual practice, where I currently provide teletherapy for women in Pennsylvania, Delaware, Florida, Colorado and South Carolina.  I will send you a secure link for our sessions via psychology session. I have found that teletherapy is just as valuable as in-person treatment. We will be able to connect and form a meaningful relationship. This provides us with location and time freedom! I do ask that you are in a stable location for our sessions – I cannot complete sessions while you are driving!

What is a good faith estimate, and will I receive one?

 A “Good Faith Estimate” explains how much your medical care will cost. Under the law, health care providers, including therapists, need to give patients/clients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance, an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.  The Good Faith Estimate will provide information on your expected out-of-pocket costs.  As my client, you will receive your Good Faith Estimate when you get your initial intake packet to fill out.