I am now offering teletherapy services via phone or video through secure programs and will continue providing those services even after the shelter-in-place orders are lifted. This has opened up an opportunity for me to extend my services outside of the Burbank area. I am currently licensed and permitted to practice in the state of California, Pennsylvania and Utah. Please feel free to reach out for a consultation about services. You can reach me at or via phone at 818-583-7105.
I provide psychotherapy to individuals, couples and periodically will offer group therapy.
Duration of Therapeutic Engagement...
The duration of treatment is dependent on your goals, as well as the complexity and longevity of the issues you are seeking help for. We will collaborate to determine what is best to address your need.
How often do I attend...
The effectiveness of the therapeutic process is dependent upon the client and consistent attendance is vital to obtain successful outcomes. Therapy is a weekly commitment. Any less significant affects the necessary momentum for significant and lasting change. When you attend therapy weekly for six months you have spent 24 hours with your therapist. Bi-weekly sessions are available when reaching the maintenance and termination phase of treatment.
I offer a free phone consultation to review your needs, establish if my services are a good fit and discuss how therapy might benefit your needs.
50 Minute Session - $165.00
90 Minute Session - $250.00
I accept debit/credit cards through Ivypay, a HIPAA compliant phone app.
I offer a few discounted spaces for a limited therapeutic period. If you are seeking low-fee therapy please feel free to ask and I may be able to provide you some referrals to online services, local non-profits or community mental health centers in the area.
I am a cash pay clinician and am not contracted with any insurance panels. Payment is due upon receipt of therapeutic services. I can provide a superbill to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Please contact your insurance provider in advance to establish if you have out-of-network coverage and what portion of mental health benefits will be covered. Therapy is Tax Deductible and is a medical expense.
The relationship between client and psychotherapist is protected by law and information cannot be disclosed without written permission. However, psychotherapists are also held accountable to laws that protect the communities most vulnerable members and are considered mandated reporters. Exception to the laws of confidentiality are suspected child, elder or dependent adult abuse; threat to another that includes serious bodily harm and court ordered subpoenas. Clinicians also have the leeway to break confidentiality if a client intends to harm self and all therapeutic interventions have been exhausted.
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