My schedule is always in flux as clients graduate therapy and my caseload adjusts. The best way to know if I’m currently taking on new clients right now is simply to reach out to my offices and a member of my team will get in touch with you.
My fees are commensurate with my expertise and experience. Please reach out to my offices so a member of my team can be in touch with you about my rates and how we can help you reduce the cost of your therapy session fees using your PPO insurance plan’s out-of-network mental health benefits.
I don’t take insurance directly but I am considered an out-of-network provider and can provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurer for out-of-network mental health reimbursement if that’s something they offer.
I don’t maintain a list of referrals outside of California so the best way to find a therapist in your state is to ask around, search Psychology Today for trauma-informed therapists, or explore Yelp for possible community reviews.
For a thorough description of EMDR therapy and for additional links to research articles on this therapy branch, please explore my EMDR Therapy page.
Due to licensing limitations, I can only work with individuals physically located in California and Florida. If you live outside of those two states, unfortunately I can’t work with you directly as your therapist. But you can still experience my work and interact with me directly if you enroll in Relational Trauma Recovery School.
I don’t maintain a list of therapists in other states. If you’re not located in California and you’re looking for a therapist with skills comparable to mine, I would suggest exploring Psychology Today and filtering for therapists in your area who have EMDR as a specialty.
The best way to learn about the course is to visit its own website here. We have an extensive FAQ section on that website that will answer all of your questions.
No. My online offerings are psychoeducational in nature. By purchasing one of my online offerings and engaging with me through those programs, I won’t be your therapist. But I truly do hope my programs will support your work with your own therapist if you have one.
The best way to stay in touch is through my newsletter where I share stories of my life as well as information, tools, and resources to support your relational recovery journey. You can also join me on Facebook and Instagram where I often pop on for spontaneous lives.
I’m delighted to hear that you’re considering exploring Esalen. It was a deeply transformative place for me. You can read a little more about my time at Esalen in this post. But please know, it’s been 10 years since I’ve lived there and if you’d like more information about what opportunities are available there, you should reach out to Esalen directly.