I help clients overcome their anxiety by challenging negative beliefs, coping with uncomfortable feelings, and facing their fears so that they can start living the lives they have always wanted. I am in my fifth year of private practice, specializing in the treatment of anxiety disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. I have my doctorate from the University of Denver, and I use only the best evidence-based practices to help clients conquer their anxiety and depression.
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I can set up a free consultation either over the phone or in person, and use this time to answer any questions and let the client get to know me to see if I am a good fit for therapy for them. After that, we schedule the first appointment and go from there. I typically recommend meeting either weekly or every other week for therapy to be most effective.
I have my Doctorate (PsyD) from the University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology. I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania. Since graduating, I have attended specialized trainings for the treatment of anxiety disorders and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
My standard price is $120 per session. All sessions are 45-50 minutes in length. I offer a sliding scale fee to those clients in financial need. I can also accept many insurance plans.
I graduated from graduate school with my doctorate and decided to go straight into private practice so I could run my own business doing the work that I love with the clients whom I am most effective with.
I work with clients from age 16-80, but the majority of my work has been with young to middle-aged adults. I have worked with individuals with a variety of mental health issues including anxiety, panic attacks, social anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, and depression.
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I think you prospective clients should always do a little bit of research on a few therapists to get a sense of who they are and making sure they are getting someone who is a good fit for them. A strong fit and therapeutic relationship are some of the most critical factors in success in therapy.
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