What is Therapy?

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Are your clients only married couples & families?

No. I also see individuals.


The title of my degree speaks to my concentration on systemic therapy.  This simply means that my belief is that all of the systems that we are a part of (family, education, religious, social...) determine our current perspective.

How often do I have to come to therapy?

I recommend weekly sessions as we begin our work, but many clients move to bi-weekly or monthly as they see progress. However, the frequency and duration of your time in therapy is up to you. 

How long is a session?

Each session lasts 45-50 minutes.

What is the benefit of therapy?

Many times we know the things in our life that we would like to change, but don't know how to enforce that change.  Therapy allows you to confidentially process your concerns with an unbiased trained professional who can help navigate the road to change.


Some clients simply need someone to talk to.

Who will know that I am in therapy?

I abide by laws that do not allow me to share your commitment to therapy with anyone that is not emergency personnel (if applicable).  I am unable to confirm that you are a client to anyone unless you have released me to do so (not your spouse, your child, your employer, your pastor...).

Do you offer consultations?

Yes. If you would like to speak to me before coming in as a client, please call for a 15 minute phone consultation.