What To Expect
I'm currently offering all appointments online at this time to clients in many states across the country. If you're hesitant about trying online counseling, I'd encourage you to give it a try! While it might take getting used to for some people, most people find it just as effective as meeting in person.

Of course right now much of what we do has moved online due to COVID, but there are also other benefits to meeting online with a therapist. Telehealth eliminates travel time so you can fit it into a busy life - a lunch break from your job or nap time for your children. You can also be in the comfort of your home - maybe with the added benefit of being with your pet(s)! Finally, online therapy allows you to find the right therapist for you, not just limited by someone who is local to you. 


The first step in our work together will be to either schedule a 15 minute phone consultation or one hour online session. This first contact is a chance for us to talk about what you’re wanting to work on in therapy and what you’re looking for in a therapist. If we mutually decide that we’re a good fit, I recommend clients begin with meeting weekly to maximize progress.

My approach to therapy works best for people who want to work between sessions and want an active, engaged, and structured style of therapy. Therapy is just like anything in life: the more you put in the more you get out. In fact, I believe that therapy is not an appointment you do once a week, but how you apply what you learn in that time to the rest of your life!


Based in Asheville, North Carolina and providing telehealth services to clients across Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, DC, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Connecticut and Wisconsin