Making sense of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors

I offer short-term (6-12 sessions) and long-term psychotherapy (12+ sessions) to individuals, families, and couples. In our initial meeting, I will ask you questions to help me get a sense of who you are, what brings you to therapy, and what you hope to accomplish. Based on the information I gather, I will share with you how I could be helpful to you and what the course of your therapy would look like short-term and long-term. You can then decide whether and how you would like to participate in therapy. If you would like to continue and would like to work with me, we will schedule the next session.
 
            Based on your presenting issues and goals, I incorporate a variety of approaches and interventions, such as Cognitive Behavioal Therapy, Interpersonal Therapy, and solution-focused therapy. I do not have a “cookie-cutter” approach. The more I get to know your concerns and your preference, the better I can assist you.
           

Some of the issues I have helped my clients address include: anxiety, attention problems, addictions, anger issues, body image, cross-cultural differences, depression, eating problems, gender identity, grief and loss, interracial parenting and couples issues,, men’s issues, relationship issues, sexual orientation, self-esteem, self-harm, sleep problems, stress management, trauma and abuse
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For various reasons, you may decide that you would like to work with someone else after our first meeting. Should that be the case, I would be happy to assist with a referral.

            I am a participating provider for the following insurance companies: Aenta, Blue Cross Blue Shield Traditional and PPO Trust, Blue Care Network, Blue Care Network Advantage, Health Alliance Plan (HAP), HUMANA, Medicare, U of M Premier Care, Physicians Health Plan


            Proof for insurance reimbursement is available upon request if I am not a participating provider of your health plan. I also accept private pay and offer a sliding scale.