What are the benefits of Therapy?
Therapy can provide an environment to problem-solve, discuss and practice coping skills and strategies to deal with different concerns, including: depression, anxiety, PTSD, difficult life transitions, grieving, sexual assault, human and/or man made disasters, dealing with racism, discrimination, the intersection of identities, and more. Therapy can provide a supportive environment to process trauma and disturbing life events.
How often are sessions scheduled?
We can schedule sessions according to your needs. Some clients benefit from weekly psychotherapy others prefer bi-weekly or monthly sessions. Sessions are usually 50 minutes to an hour. However, we can schedule longer sessions of 90 minutes as it might be beneficial for EMDR processing sessions.
How do I start services?
Email me at email@example.com or call me to (972) 591-3507 or click here. The first time we meet, we will do an intake and discuss your goals for therapy and treatment options. We will talk about your expectations and how we can work together.
How can I schedule my 15-minute free consultation?
Do you accept my insurance? What are your fees?
I do not accept insurance at this time. Therapy sessions are $200 for 50 minutes sessions. I offer sliding scale base on availability and client’s need. Please contact me for more information. I have a professional discount for other therapists that want to do their own trauma processing.
For fees related with EMDR consultations, trainings and workshops, contact me.
Where is your office?
My practice is completely virtual. After the pandemic hit, I decided to see clients virtually and it has been convenient, effective, and efficient. So, I decided to continue in this way.
What is EMDR therapy?
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma. EMDR is a set of standardized protocols that incorporates elements from many different treatment approaches.