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Mother Working from Home

Your baby is welcome in our sessions.

On the Laptop

When doing online therapy, it's important to find a comfortable space.  Look for a space in your home or outside where you can focus on the session and feel comfortable talking about sensitive material.

Cool Headphones

Consider wearing earphones to improve confidentiality.

  • I have never worked with a counselor before; What can I expect?
    Working with a counselor is a great way to overcome obstacles without the pressure to perform. We often worry about how friends and family may react to things we are experiencing. In counseling, the focus will be on you; what you are thinking, feeling, and experiencing. Counseling is a confidential place to unload and sort through what you are struggling with in a safe and nonjudgmental setting.
  • Will we be a good fit to work together?
    Having a counselor that you “click” with can make a considerable difference in how much success you will have from the counseling process. I am empathetic and adaptable to my client’s unique needs, making me an excellent fit for various personality types. I encourage you to check out my About page to learn more about my personality and counseling style. If you decide we are not a good fit after the first appointment, I am happy to provide referrals to another counselor.
  • How often will we meet?
    I typically meet new clients weekly. Having weekly sessions provides a solid foundation for our work together. Depending on your needs, sessions may stay weekly or begin to be spread out as your personal growth and health improve.
  • Do you meet with people in person?
    When the 2020 pandemic sent us all home, my clients and I were forced to embrace telehealth as our only option to continue our work together. At first, it was an adjustment, but we have since discovered that it is a truly great fit for new moms and other busy people! My clients often meet with me from the driver’s seat of their cars (parked, of course!), during lunch breaks at work, or while at home with their children. Telehealth has allowed counseling to become accessible and convenient to all while remaining effective.
  • How does virtual counseling work?
    We meet for sessions through a private and secure telehealth portal. A personal link to the telehealth waiting room will be emailed to you prior to your first session. The same link will be used for each session. Sessions begin promptly at your scheduled appointment time. As with traditional in-person counseling, your privacy and confidentiality are important; all sessions are conducted from my private office. For more information about the telehealth portal I use, visit
  • How many sessions do people typically need?
    Each of us is so unique, and our stories are so different. The amount of sessions needed for an individual to meet their goals will vary from person to person. After the first few sessions, I can provide you with a general timeframe as it relates to you personally.
  • How can I get the most out of my counseling sessions?
    As with most things in life, you get back what you put in. The more open, honest, and committed to doing the hard work of healing you are, the more attainable it will be. At the end of each session, I like to recap things we discussed and suggest things to work on in the coming week. What works for one person might not work for the next. Together we will create a plan that fits your interests, strengths, and lifestyle.
  • Do you prescribe medications?
    I cannot prescribe medications, but I will work with you and your doctor to determine if that would be an appropriate option.
  • Do you take insurance?
    I currently accept Cigna, Tufts, and WellSense. I also accept self-pay clients at a rate of $185/150 per hour.
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