Can I book an Intake Session?
Absolutely! Feel free to email me or fill out the contact form on the contact page. I offer a free 10 minute consultation before booking an appointment in order to determine if I am a good fit for your needs.
What are your fees?
My fee is for sessions is $100. The decision to enter therapy is a huge first step, and it is another way of you saying "I value myself and my mental health."
Do you take insurance?
No, I do not take insurance for sessions, nor can I provide you a superbill for your session. This means that I would charge a debit or credit card for each session. I do accept HSA cards!
What do I do during therapy as the client?
Each client is different and will require me to tailor my approach in order to best meet their needs. The first session will revolve around what goals you want to achieve while in counseling and what that process might look like. As the client, you can think about what your goals are for your time in therapy, and we will create a treatment plan of how we can work towards achieving those goals.
Can I make an appointment for my child?
You may make an appointment for your child if your child is 17 or under. Individuals who are 18 and above must call, email, or fill out the contact form to make their own appointments. I cannot make an appointment for anyone 18 or older without having their consent to do so.
How can I contact you outside of an appointment?
You may contact me at email@example.com or at 864-660-3453. Please allow for 1-2 business days to return any phone calls or emails. If it is an emergency and outside of working hours, please call 911.
Why choose counseling?
When you go to counseling, those sessions are geared toward you and your desired goals. Clients require for a therapists approach to be tailored based on their needs, allowing for those sessions to be geared specifically towards your counseling process. This is an opportunity for you to dive in and dig deep, all while in a setting that is full of support and empathy. It is your time for personal growth. There are so many resources available from self-help books, retreats that companies sponsor, and so much more, but you might not find them as personal as therapy might be.