Frequently Asked Questions

To help you decide

  • Initial 15 minute consultation call: free!
  • 1.5 hour Pre-Intensive/ Initial Intake Appointment: $270
  • 1.5 hour Post-Intensive Appointment: $270
  • EMDR Intensive Session Options:
    • 1.5 hour: $360
    • 3 hour: $720
    • 6 hour: $1,440
I offer both in-person and virtual sessions, Monday through Friday. My office is located in Scottsdale, AZ and virtual sessions can be provided to those located in Arizona. The first step in working together is to complete a consultation call.

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Yes, when availability allows. Fees for weekend sessions are:

  • 3 hour: $915
  • 6 hour: $1,830
I specialize in trauma, attachment, and human development. Please see my About Me page for additional details regarding my specialty, training and approach.

At the beginning of our work together, I will create a personalized treatment plan that will outline your goals and objectives, and the interventions that I recommend for you. This will be created collaboratively where we will partner to identify what interventions best meet your needs, and the treatment plan will be provided to you.

My promise to all clients is to provide compassionate, ethical, and evidence-based care. I am committed to continued learning and growth, both professionally and personally, as I deeply know that, in order for me to support others, I must first ensure that I am supported in both my professional and personal development. 

Let’s discover this together. It is invaluable that you feel that your therapist is a good fit for you. That they feel safe, trustworthy, and competent. If you decide to schedule a consultation call or an initial session, I encourage you to consider these introductions as your own interview process to decide. If we conclude that I am not the right fit, I will support you through additional referral options.

EMDR addresses the psychological and physical symptoms stemming from adverse life experiences. EMDR is not just for trauma; it is also utilized for performance enhancement.

EMDR intensives allow the opportunity to progress through your symptoms in a more succinct and focused way without the interruption of a 50-minute session. An intensive format may decrease overall treatment time because of time not spent on: a) checking in at the beginning of each session, b) addressing current crises and concerns, c) focusing on stabilizing and coping skills that the client won’t need after healing, or d) assisting the client in regaining composure at the end of the session.

Yes. Adjunct EMDR does not replace or interrupt ongoing therapy with your primary therapist. I will partner with both you and your therapist to identify specific targets for intensive treatment. You and I will identify what intensive format is best for you during your initial consultation.

Maybe. I am not contracted with and do not coordinate benefits with insurance carriers. Some insurance companies reimburse a portion of the cost for therapy provided by an out of network provider. It’s best to determine the exact details of your policy ahead of time, including what benefits are available regarding out-of-network providers and if your insurance will reimburse several hours of therapy in one day or one week. Upon your request, I will provide an invoice for all direct contact therapy services included in the program, for you to submit for reimbursement with your insurance.

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I admire your courage in taking this next step. 

If you haven’t yet, please review the FAQs; and when you’re ready, send me a message via the form below to schedule a complimentary consultation call.