• 60 Minute Individual Session- $115

  • 75 Minute Couple’s Session- $135

  • A limited number of adjusted rate sessions are available. Please inquire if this option is right for you.


I cannot accept insurance plans at this time. Should you like to submit an insurance claim independently, I would be happy to create a “superbill” for each session to aid in this process. Please contact your provider for more details on self-submissions.


I accept cash, check and all major credit cards as forms of payment.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend a session, please make sure you cancel at least 24 hours beforehand. Otherwise, you will be charged for the full rate of the session.


So let’s talk about time, money and effort.  In therapy, you get out what you put in.  The first misconception about relationships is that if you and your partner are a “good fit” everything will work itself out on its own.  Good relationships take work, but most people agree it’s worth it.  Counter to what we have come to believe, improving your primary relationship is actually a great way to find a fuller expression of yourself.  Within the safety of strong, satisfying relationships, individuals can blossom into the people they’ve always longed to become.  When we are happy, we take risks, manage our day-to-day tasks with less stress, and find ways to become who we’ve always wanted to be.  If you add to that the joy of having someone cherish you for just being you, you’ve got something worth fighting for.

 If you are wondering how to pick a therapist, here are some things you might consider:

1.     Find someone you feel comfortable with- you will end up sharing details about your life with this person, and you’ll need to be able to trust her/his guidance.

2.     Make sure your partner is comfortable with your therapist.

3.     Compare styles and methods of therapy- if you don’t know a lot about different methodologies feel free to ask potential therapists how they work.

4.     Ensure the situation is sustainable for the foreseeable future. Good couple’s work can take some time, there is a lot to sort through and you want to get it right. Make sure you can commit to regular sessions and have a budget for your endeavor.