Frequently Asked Questions
Do you take insurance?
I currently take Medicaid insurance for those in my network in the front range. I also work with those who have Victim's Compensation.
How often do you see your clients?
I see clients weekly. Sometimes there is a season or a period where clients will come in more than one time per week to do a deeper dive. This is the style of therapy that I love to do, and find that it is the most effective. This is because of the type of deep and vulnerable work we do together. Working weekly or twice a week allows for the relationship to deepen in a way that, in my experience, seeing each other less does not allow for. Change happens when we feel deeply seen and known, and this is what I offer. I do not work less often than one time a week at this point. Of course vacations happen, which is ok. If you are looking for once or twice a month, this is not the kind of therapy that I do.
Do you offer sliding scale rates?
I offer a number of sliding scale or reduced rate places in my schedule for those with certain marginalized identities. I currently have those spaces in my calendar filled, but please inquire if this is a need of yours and I can put you on the waitlist.
What is the length of a session?
Our initial conversation will be 15 minutes on the phone to decide if we want to work together. The first true session would be 85 minutes and 50 minutes thereafter.
What do your sessions cost?
I charge $165 for individual 50-minute sessions and $245 per 85-minute session.
What is therapy?
Therapy is a collaborative experience, and opening up takes trust. I get the immense privilege and honor to support clients in unfurling their layers. I offer a place of compassion, gentle guidance and trust in your process.
Therapy is not a place where the therapist fixes you. I do not believe that you are broken. I do, however, understand that you are suffering in some way, and are ready for a change.
I am here to walk with you on your path, offering tools when needed, an outside perspective, and support in seeing yourself, your history, habits and patterns in a compassionate and new way.
Therapy is a relationship, and relationships have their own pace. Deep work happens in a place where we feel seen and known. I offer my clients a space of calm curiosity and gentle compassion. In this space, clients are able to get in touch with their own innate wisdom and guidance. Through fostering a deeper connection to your supportive inner voice, client's find the path illuminates before them and they can see their way through their difficulties and feel empowered to do so.