In my office, I strive to provide a safe, comfortable and confidential space for you where we can discuss your concerns and goals for therapy. Office visits are generally 50 minutes long. These visits are usually covered by insurance provided I am in-network with your insurance company or your plan includes out of network benefits. For more information on insurance coverage please click on the FAQs and Resources heading.
All clients are welcome to make an appointment to come into the office at anytime. An in office visit is most appropriate for those who are experiencing symptoms that are interfering or disrupting their ability to function in daily life. Some examples of this might include but are not limited to: diminished ability to think or concentrate, frequent crying, social impairment (isolating, intense feelings of loneliness, inability to connect with or get along with others), recurrent thoughts of harming oneself or others, feeling excessively irritable or angry, feelings of intense anxiety/panic attacks, feeling unable to get out of bed and/or attend work or school, and for those having issues with alcohol or substance abuse or are otherwise in crisis.
Below are some common issues for which I recommend making an in-office appointment:
- Post Partum Depression
- Generalized Anxiety
- Major Depression
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Eating Disorders
If you are not certain whether or not you need an in-office visit, it is generally best to schedule one.