Adolescence can be a challenging time for teens and parents alike. This season in life can be full of many ups and downs as teens take on the tasks of navigating relationships with peers, managing school stress, and exploring who they are and what they believe. It can also be a season in which the support of therapy can make a significant difference in helping to equip teens (and parents too!) with the tools needed to help them effectively cope with life stressors. Adolescent therapy can help teens to build a foundation for positive coping and develop confidence in their skills and themselves. I have experience working with teens and their families on issues ranging from eating disorder treatment, life adjustments, divorce, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and perfectionism. 



                            I believe we all need support to cope with life’s challenges. We are not meant to struggle alone or in isolation. Individual therapy is a supportive space to help you address, process, and work through the issues which are keeping you stuck or feeling disconnected from a fuller life. Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, stress, life transitions, relational issues, or simply needing support, I aim to support you with compassion (and some humor too) in your process. We will work together to help you work through the issues you need so that you can connect more to the life you want to live.



                                                     Recovery from an eating disorder may be one of the hardest things a person does in their lifetime. However, despite this difficulty, I do believe that full and sustained recovery is possible. Eating disorders typically require a treatment team to help address the psychological, nutritional, and medical components of an eating disorder. In my experience, best outcomes are achieved with the support of a team specialized in eating disorder treatment. As a recovered professional, it is my goal to offer compassion around the challenges of recovery as well as help you explore and address the underlying issues which are fueling the eating disorder. My approach is individualized and collaborative. In partnership with you and your team, we set meaningful goals for change, challenge unhelpful and maladaptive coping patterns, and help equip you with tools and inner resources to support you living into a fully recovered life.

Eating Disorder Treatment


                     Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a highly effective method of psychotherapy used to help people heal and recover from trauma and other disturbing life experiences. EMDR can be used to address a wide variety of challenges, including but not limited to PTSD, depression, anxiety, eating disorders, grief and loss, and panic disorders. For some, EMDR can be helpful alternative to traditional “talk therapy” and research has shown it to be effective in therapeutic benefits that once may have taken individuals years to experience. EMDR is a protocoled- method which allows the brain to resume its normal healing processing with an integrated mind-body approach. Utilizing EMDR, my role is to “stay out of the way” and help my clients to activate their mind’s natural healing processes. 





_ Mindfulness
_ Psychodynamic Therapy
_ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
_ Radically Open-Dialectical and Behavior Therapy
_ Family Systems
_ Self-Compassion


My session fee is $200. I am out-of-network with insurance companies. Some insurance companies will reimburse a portion of the fee that you pay for therapy services. Insurance reimbursement is dependent upon your plan and benefits. You are responsible for the full session fee at the time of service. I can provide you with a monthly superbill which you can submit to your insurance company to seek reimbursement for some of your therapy costs.


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Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy services.

You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency healthcare services, including psychotherapy services. You can ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule a service.

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