I currently see private practice clients primarily through telehealth. Session scheduling is flexible but generally I’m available in the late afternoons through evenings Monday-Wednesday. Stay tuned for information about in-person visits.
I am trained in a variety of evidence-based approaches, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). I treat a range of psychiatric diagnoses including depression, anxiety, OCD, phobias, disordered eating, and adjustment concerns. I strive to provide culturally responsive and sensitive care to clients from all backgrounds.
I use my expertise in evidenced-based therapies to collaborate with patients on a customized treatment plan. Goals include changing patients’ approach to distressing thoughts, introducing relaxation training and mindfulness, and working towards achievable behavior and interpersonal change. We will assess outcomes together to ensure treatment is effective.
Therapy sessions are $250 per 45 minutes.
In our initial session, we'll get to know each other and get a sense of how you (and/or your child) is feeling and doing. We'll use evidence-based clinical interview and rating scales to lead diagnostic impressions and recommendations. Recommendations will include therapeutic services with me and/or services from a list of highly regarded colleagues and/or local agencies.
Evaluations start at $300 for 60 mins. Extended evaluation time and collateral contacts are $150/per each additional 30 mins.
VIRTUAL THERAPY GROUPS
Group admission for virtual therapy groups is on a rolling basis. Contact me about joining at any time.
Groups Include: Coping Skills for Kids, Coping Skills for Teens, Stress Management for College Students, and more!
I periodically host Zoom workshops on Coping Skills 101 for Parents, Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy at Home, Back-to-School Prep, and more. These are usually 1-2 60 min sessions advertised ahead of time on specific dates.
Contact me for group and workshop rates.
I do not take insurance in my private practice. If your insurance provides out of network coverage, I can send you a "superbill" each month that details your services and fees paid. Fees are due at time of service. Families are responsible for advocating for reimbursement from their insurance company. The superbill is an important tool in that advocacy.
If you would like to see me (or someone like me) and I am booked or the fee is an issue, feel free to reach out to strategize and problem solve:
I am part of a close-knit group of talented colleagues who provide care I’m proud to connect families with. Most of them do not take insurance but some do and I am happy to provide referrals.
If you receive your primary care at a Boston Children’s affiliated site, I can assist you in getting connected with behavioral health services with my colleagues and/or trainees.