FAQ > Frequently Asked Questions (11 entries)

Questions you may have about counseling.
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  • I have advanced training in working with couples using the EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) model. I am trained & utilize play therapy for working with children ages 7 and up and ...
  • My fees range is $135 to $190 depending on the time spent and the needs of each client or couple. For couples therapy, I strongly recommend 80 minute sessions. There ...
  • I have daytime hours available Monday - Thursday and evening hours availability Monday, Wednesday & Thursdays. Please call me to discuss what would work best for you. I do not work ...
  • I accept payments in the form of cash, check, debit, credit cards and medical savings cards (Visa & Mastercard only) payable at the beginning of each session or we can set ...
  • When you’ve scheduled an appointment, this is time I have set aside just for you. If you do not show up for your appointment and have not provided me with at ...
  • I am not contracted with any insurance companies. Clients are required to pay for each session at the time of their session. If your insurance company reimburses for 'out of network' ...
  • A Marriage & Family Therapist (MFT) is a psychotherapist licensed by the California State Board of Behavioral Sciences (BBS). Obtaining an MFT license in California requires completion of a Master’s degree, ...
  • Only you can determine if you need or are ready for therapy. If you have problems or concerns in your life that are negatively impacting you or your relationships and you’d ...
  • Typically, clients are seen one session per week, which allows time to integrate material from our sessions while maintaining momentum, but this can vary - I work with my clients to ...
  • Research has shown that for many people, therapy does help. The two biggest contributors to therapeutic success are ‘client factors’ (such as your desire and willingness to make changes) and the ...
  • I use a feedback system with my clients to track progress in treatment - this helps us to know if treatment is working or if we need to make changes to ...