Discover the confidence that comes with knowing who you are and what you want.
Professional therapy provides you space to have the “me time” you need to get back in touch with what really matters to you, while learning to effectively navigate the pain and discomfort that inevitably comes from being human. My goal is to help you feel empowered to live authentically, have the life and relationships you’ve always dreamed possible, and learn to feel anchored no matter the storms that come your way.
Based in Brentwood, TN. Serving clients throughout Tennessee.
I offer in-person and virtual 50-minute and 75-minute therapy sessions for individuals, couples, and families for support through anxiety | depression | relationship & intimacy issues | burnout
I offer 4-12 hour intensives, for those looking for a focused time to deepen their relationship with themselves, couples with specific relationship goals, and those looking to dive into deep healing work. Due to the intensified nature of these sessions, intensives are particularly beneficial for those with previous, or current, therapy experience and/or an understanding of your past and patterns, although these things are not always necessary.
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common q & a's
My approach to therapy is person-centered and tailored to fit each person’s exact goals and needs. Clients have described therapy with me as collaborative | approachable | accepting since I primarily utilize two styles of therapy, Acceptance & Commitment and IFS, which both center around empowering you to live a life that is truly meaningful to you, rather than what others might tell you it “should” look like.
This varies! Some clients report feeling better as early as the consultation phone call, while for others it may take several sessions to notice themselves able to take steps in the right direction. Everyone comes to therapy at different points on their journey so there is no “right” or “wrong” timeline to it. I’ve found that there are some things people can do both inside and outside of session to help the process along and set you up for success!
I believe it’s important for you to set the pace of your therapy, including the frequency of sessions, your goals, and what we talk about in session. Just like any relationship, it takes time to build mutual trust between a therapist and a client, so I encourage you not to talk about anything before you’re ready to share it with me. While it can be uncomfortable to talk about hard things in general, we discuss more about knowing when and how to set boundaries in session around the content so that you always feel safe in my office!
Therapy costs you more than just money-it costs emotional energy and time. It’s crucial that you work with a therapist who gets you, helps you stay on track to reach your goals, and who is equally as devoted to your growth as you are, so that you can be confident in your investment.
My rate is $135/session and I do not accept insurance. In order to bill insurance, clinicians are required to provide insurance companies with a diagnosis, which I do not personally believe applies to most of my clients. My clients provide payment in the form of card/check/HSA cards and I offer a $5 discount to clients who choose to pay with cash. I am able to provide clients with a receipt for them to submit to insurance companies or employers who provide reimbursement for services.
In an effort to make therapy more accessible, I offer a sliding scale rate to those who qualify based on gross household income of whoever is responsible for payment. For more information, please schedule a consultation phone call!
Schedule your free consultation phone call by clicking the button below to discuss your specific goals and questions you have, so that you feel comfortable and confident before even stepping foot in my office!
I’m committed to providing an inclusive, safe, and welcoming environment for all clients. This means that my goal is to help you find freedom from anxiety and alignment across all aspects of your identity and not to practice any type of counseling that would seek to change who you are or any beliefs/preferences you may/may not hold. There are valid concerns about the type of counseling offered to the LGBTQ+ community due to historically abusive therapy practices that are still legal in the state of Tennessee (such as conversion therapy). I don’t practice any harmful types of therapy or discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status.