Types of Services

Meeting You Where You Are

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Individual Psychotherapy

I work with adults and adolescents, who have diagnosable mental health concerns. Whether this is your first time seeking help and you're unsure what to expect, or this is a "check-up" for a long-term issues, you will receive judgment-free support. 


All sessions are telehealth. 

Available to clients in North Carolina. 

Rates starting at $120 per hour.

Sliding scale available.

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Family or Couples Therapy

If your relationship with a loved one has deteriorated, possibly due to difficulties with communication, I can help mediate. In our time together, we will identify your concerns, goals for improvement, and expectations. Family therapy isn't about "taking sides;" it's about making sure all "sides" are heard and understood. 


All sessions are telehealth. 

Available to clients in North Carolina. 

Rates starting at $120.

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Life Coaching

If you are looking to achieve specific goals, or maximize your potential, I can help support your journey.

In coaching, there are no diagnosed disorders. Instead, we focus on finding motivation and inspiration to achieve more. This process might look like "therapy light," but the emphasis is usually more on growth, than on healing. 


All sessions are by video. 

Available to all within the US. 

Rates starting at $90 per session.

Subscription discount options available.

 

Therapy Terms

These are some terms that are associated with therapy,
that you may be curious about:

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Identifying the connection between our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and seeking change to our emotions by changing our thoughts. This is one of the most common modalities of therapy. 

Trauma-Focused CBT (TF-CBT): A type of therapy intended for children and adolescents to address the effects of trauma, such as with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 

TF-CBT is a regimented service, provided only by a therapist who is certified in this treatment, that typically lasts 12-16 sessions. 

Dialectical-Behavior Therapy (DBT): DBT is a modified type of CBT, with the goal to teach people how to live in the moment (the concept of mindfulness), improve crisis management and coping, regulate their emotions, and improve their relationships with others. 

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT): A short-term goal-focused approach, which incorporates positive psychology principles and focuses on solutions rather than on problems. 

Motivational-Interviewing (MI): A direct, client-centered approach, that helps address indifference or ambivalence, and motivate toward change. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR): Used to promote processing and healing from traumatic experiences, using bilateral stimulation such as hand-tapping or light boards. EMDR is only practiced by therapists who have extensive training and certifications in this method.