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Sometimes simply having a safe place to share with an unbiased person is helpful in and of itself. Maybe you are wanting to work on personal growth and on learning more about yourself in general. You might want relief from specific symptoms like depression, anxiety, stress, or grief.
In addition to these issues, I enjoy supporting clients with LGBTQAI+ and gender identity concerns. I am also trained to work with Highly Sensitive People, folks who tend to process things at a greater depth than others and who tend to be more easily over-stimulated.
What happens in a therapy session depends on what your goals and needs are. Maybe you need a safe place to talk one on one. If you are struggling with your relationship, having your partner in the room is often the most beneficial option. There are times when traditional talk therapy might not seem like it is enough to work through certain issues, and EMDR or BSP might be the best method for you.
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is a psychotherapy model that has been researched more than all other methods combined. EMDR has been empirically proven to work in the treatment of trauma. While it is primarily known as a means of helping people recover from trauma, it can also be used for anxiety, phobias, and performance enhancement. To learn more see the
FAQ page of the EMDR International Association. I have extended my training and met EMDRIA's requirements to become a "Certified Therapist in EMDR."
I have added Brainspotting (BSP), a spinoff of EMDR, to my toolbox. You can read more about it and watch a short and informative video by the founder, David Grand, Ph.D., here
After completing Phase 1 and Phase 2 of BSP training, I received consultation and supervision from Dr. Pie Frey to become "Certified" in Brainspotting. And I was excited to have the opportunity to learn Generational Brainspotting (GBSP) from its developer, Dr. Ruby Gibson. GBSP is a combination of Brainspotting and Somatic Archaeology©, a trans-generational healing model. Dr. Gibson describes the model as being designed to "provide healing for seven generations of inherited familial and cultural patterns." You can listen to her share the powerful ways she has used it here.
Individual psychotherapy session 50-minutes $220
Relationship counseling (2 or more people in session) 50-minutes $250
I accept checks, cash, all major credit cards, as well as Health Savings Account cards.
While I do not accept insurance, you might check with your provider about what out of network benefits they offer.
I offer sessions during day time hours on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Feel free to email me to check on my current availability.
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