Here are the questions I get asked most frequently:

What are your fees?

I provide therapy on a sliding scale based on your income. My fees range from $40-$140 per session. We will set your fee during an initial free consultation, then adjust if necessary as your circumstances change.

Do you take insurance?

Although I do not take insurance, I am happy to provide you a super-bill of expenses you can submit to your insurance provider. Please note that determining whether your insurance provider will reimburse you is your responsibility, and you must pay for therapy at the time of your session.

What kinds of clients do you see?

I work with children, adolescents, and adults on a range of issues, including:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Relationships
  • Grief and loss
  • Life transitions

I also work with couples seeking help with:

  • Communication
  • Emotional connection
  • Managing conflict

If you are unsure if I would be right for you, I encourage you to contact me and ask me about my experience. It’s the best way to choose a therapist.

What kind of therapy do you provide?

I begin by making sure you feel heard and understood. Then, depending on your needs, I incorporate concepts and techniques from a range of traditions, including:

  • Relational therapy
  • Solution-focused brief therapy
  • Mindfulness and somatic experiencing
  • Emotionally focused therapy
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy

It’s important for me that you feel comfortable with how we work together. As a result, my style is flexible, informal, and guided by your preferences.

Do you meet with clients in person?

I meet with clients both in-person and remotely. In person sessions take place at the Marina Counseling Center, located at 2137 Lombard Street (between Steiner and Fillmore) in San Francisco.

How do I get started?

To get started, please contact me to schedule a free consultation. During a short (20-30 minute) call we will:

  • Discuss your goals for therapy
  • Determine your session fee
  • Answer your remaining questions
  • Decide whether we want to work together

I look forward to learning how I can support you.

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