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  • How do I get started?
    Please contact me with any question or to schedule a free 15-minute consultation.
  • What is the initial process like? What to expect?
    Reaching out for help can be unfamiliar and scary. I want you to feel as comfortable as possible. We’ll connect via email or phone. We’ll meet for a free 15-minute consultation to talk about your needs for support and discuss the terms of our work together. After our initial consultation, we’ll schedule a regular time to meet. If for any reason you feel we're not a good fit, I can make referrals to other colleagues.
  • What are your rates?
    $130 for outdoor, indoor, and telehealth sessions. I offer a sliding scale.
  • Do you take insurance?
    Yes, I take Aetna, United Behavioral Health (UBH), Medicare as primary insurance and Quest. I work with Health Advocate EAP. I can also provide receipts for clients who have out of network benefits with their insurance company. Please contact your insurance company to determine coverage benefits and let me know.
  • Where are you located?
    I see clients in-person in Philadelphia (Mt. Airy) and Narberth, Pennsylvania. I offer telehealth services to Pennsylvania residents.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Cancel free up to 24 hours before our session. If you need to cancel a session for any reason, please send me an email: or call or text: 267-358-6712 only to avoid being charged the full fee.
  • When is your practice open?
    I work with clients Monday to Friday. Please call for more detailed availability.
  • Do you offer telehealth counseling?
    Yes, I offer telehealth counseling services.
  • What is telehealth, online counseling, or virtual therapy?
    Telehealth counseling, also known as online counseling or virtual therapy, allows you to receive counseling services from the comfort of your own home or any location of your choice. Our telehealth counseling sessions are conducted via a secure and confidential video conferencing platform that is easy to use and accessible from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. With telehealth counseling, you can receive the same level of professional support and guidance as you would in traditional in-person counseling sessions. If you're interested in telehealth counseling, please contact me to learn more about the service and to schedule an appointment. I am committed to providing you with high-quality counseling services that are tailored to your unique needs and preferences.
  • What is ecotherapy?
    Ecotherapy, also known as nature therapy or green therapy, is a type of therapy that incorporates nature and the outdoors as a part of the healing process. It involves engaging with nature to improve mental, emotional, and physical health. This can include activities such as hiking, gardening, camping, or simply spending time in a natural setting. Ecotherapy is based on the premise that connecting with nature can have a positive impact on our mental and emotional well-being. Studies have shown that spending time in nature can reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress, and can improve mood and self-esteem. Ecotherapy can be used to treat a variety of mental health conditions, including anxiety disorders, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It can also be used to promote personal growth and self-awareness.
  • Is ecotherapy right for me?
    Whether ecotherapy is right for you depends on your individual needs and preferences. Ecotherapy can be beneficial for a wide range of people, but it may be particularly helpful if you enjoy spending time outdoors and find nature to be calming and rejuvenating. Ecotherapy may be a good fit if you are looking for a therapy approach that focuses on holistic well-being and connection to nature. It can be especially helpful if you are dealing with symptoms of anxiety, depression, or stress, or if you are experiencing a sense of disconnection or isolation. However, it's important to note that ecotherapy is not a one-size-fits-all approach. It may not be the best fit for everyone, and other types of therapy may be more appropriate for certain individuals and conditions. It's always a good idea to speak with a mental health professional to determine the best course of treatment for your specific needs.
  • What will I do during an ecotherapy session?
    Ecotherapy is a type of therapy that involves being in nature and connecting with the natural environment to improve mental and physical well-being. I will guide you through some of the followiing ecotherapy techniques during our session: Forest bathing: This involves spending time in a forest or wooded area and immersing yourself in the sights, sounds, and smells of nature. Gardening: Whether it's tending to a small indoor plant or a large outdoor garden, gardening can be a relaxing and rewarding way to connect with nature. Hiking: Hiking in a natural environment, such as a national park or nature reserve, can be a great way to get exercise while enjoying the beauty of the outdoors. Wildlife watching: Observing wildlife in its natural habitat can be a calming and awe-inspiring experience. Mindful walking: This involves walking slowly and deliberately, paying attention to your surroundings and the sensations in your body. Yoga or meditation outdoors: Practicing yoga or meditation in a natural setting can be a powerful way to connect with nature and calm your mind. Beachcombing: Walking along a beach and collecting shells, stones, and other treasures can be a peaceful and meditative activity.
  • How will ecotherapy be incorporated into my therapy?
    Ecotherapy can be an add-on or primary form of therapy. We will discuss your situation and what best fits your needs.
  • What forms of payment do you accept?
    I accept credit cards, cash, and Venmo.
  • Do you take checks?
  • Can I pay cash?
  • Do you take insurance?
    I accept: Aetna, Quest, Carebridge EAP. I can also provide receipts for clients who have out of network benefits with their insurance company. Please contact your insurance company to determine coverage benefits and let me know.
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