What To Expect for Therapy Services

As a clinical psychologist, I offer individual therapy sessions to help people just like you to cope with stress, deal with life change, improve and manage problems with sleep, as well as to address chronic health conditions, including pain, depression, and anxiety. My style is collaborative, flexible, and evidence-based. I go above and beyond to provide excellent care and to ensure that my clients feel heard and understood during every session. My clients describe me as smart, friendly, warm, and caring. We also have lighter moments in therapy, too!

If you are ready to book an appointment, you can do so by phone or email. A receptionist will respond to your booking request. When you arrive for your appointment, enter through the main door off the parking lot at the back of the house. This entrance will lead you to the front reception desk. After you check in, have a seat in our waiting room and I will meet you at your scheduled time.

My sessions are typically 60 minutes long. During our first session, I will tell you about how I work and then gather information about your situation. I will collaborate with you to develop a treatment plan once we have a good understanding of your options.

During subsequent appointments, I will invite you to complete a brief rating sheet before and after our session to help guide our treatment. At the start of each session, we will decide which issues are most important to you, so that there is enough time to address each one. Towards the end of the session, you and I will discuss what might be helpful for you to undertake prior to our next session in accordance with your treatment plan. The total number of sessions will vary depending on several factors, including the focus of your treatment, which we would discuss toward the beginning of our work together.

Clinical Psychologist Fees

My current fee is $220 an hour for an individual therapy session.

Payments are accepted at the end of each session and can be made by cash, debit/Interact, Visa or MasterCard. Private or company insurance plans often partially cover fees for registered psychologists. It may be helpful to talk to your insurance provider to determine what you are eligible for. Fees for psychological services are also tax deductible as a medical expense.