Fees

 

Fees

 Individual therapy – $110 per 50-minute session

Couples’ therapy – $130 per 50-minute session

A free 20-minute initial consultation is offered, as well as a free session for each referral that results in a counseling commitment. Sliding scale fees are available for those who are unable to afford the regular fee, as well as student discounts and significant discounts for all active-duty military. The support groups for female veterans and wives of active-duty military are free of charge.

Payment is due at the time of service. For your convenience, I accept cash, personal checks, and credit card payments through PayPal, which need to be submitted 24-48 hours prior to the scheduled counseling session.

There is a 24-hour cancellation policy in place. If a client does not give a 24-hour notice to cancel their scheduled appointment, the regular fee will be charged for the missed appointment.

Currently, I am not accepting insurance. However, I can provide your insurance company with a super bill to charge for out-of-network services. In some cases, you may not wish to access your insurance carrier, but may, instead, opt to pay out-of-pocket for counseling services.



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Be in the Moment!

It is too easy to get consumed by the daily tasks of being a mom, running a business, taking care of the home, organizing meals, and losing touch with the here and now. It’s easy to find yourself planning out the many other things on your to-do list while you are spending time with your kids. This can cause one to lose the moment. Time goes by so quickly, and in a flash, the many moments that make up “life” are gone. There will always be work to do, always chores to finish, deadlines and responsibilities to live up to. However, moments with your children, friends or family will have a much more lasting impression on everyone if you are fully present. Nobody knows what tomorrow will bring, so be conscious of the moment you are in, breathe it in and savor the experience for what it is.

TAKE ACTION!

1. Out of sight – out of mind

This week try to be aware of the moment for what it is. Keep work at work, and when you are home, really enjoy the time with your loved ones. Play just for the sake of playing. Realize that your work will get done when you designate time for work, at the office. Schedule time to just “be” and put work issues out of your mind, even if for just a short moment.

2. Be in the moment

Say the phrase “Be in the moment” when you find yourself thinking of other things. When playing with your children, enjoying alone time with a significant other, taking a walk, just “be” and relish what you are doing. The more you practice this week, the more natural it will become in your life.

3. Have fun!

Being in the moment will take on a life of its own. Try to bring fun back into everything you do. The more you balance work and play, the more productive and aware you will be in everything you do.

4. Prioritize

This week focus on prioritizing your time. It is easier to “be in the moment” when you know everything else will get done.  Plan your week so you have enough allotted time for work, work-related issues, and play. That way you can fully enjoy each of them knowing the rest won’t be pushed aside.

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