What type of therapy do you do?

Lasting change happens when have a deeper understanding of our suffering. When you understand who you are, what you need, and what you want out of life then you can create a life you like. The context of the therapy relationship creates a safe space for you to make the changes you want to live a more fulfilled life.

What can I expect the first session?

Psychotherapy is relationship based, so we have to meet in person and get to know one another to know how best to help you. Our first meeting we talk about the frame for the treatment. We establish roles and expectations prior to talking about what brought you in. Before our time is up we process the session and assess how to best help you feel better.

How can I make an appointment?

Please, call the office at 312-285-2217.

What will therapy cost per hour?

Sessions are $165 for 60 minutes.

Can I use insurance?

Yes, I am an In-network provider for BCBSIL. For fees specific to your plan please contact BCBSIL. For all other insurances, I can provide you with documenation to request reimbursement.

What about Sliding Scale?

Unfortunately, I do not offer sliding scale. I would be happy to provide you with referrals so you can get the support you need.

How often would we meet?

Typically, once or twice a week. Depending on your goals and severity of your symptoms we may decide to meet more or less often.

In an emergency how do I contact you?

For emergencies call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. If you are someone who is in frequent need of emergency services, then I would be happy to help you find another treatment provider better suited to your needs.

What if I am late or need to cancel?

If you are late, we will work with the time left in the hour. I do charge my full hourly fee for cancellations made less than 48 hours in advance. Contact outside of session is reserved for scheduling issues.

Is therapy confidential?

Yes, your treatment is confidential. The only exception to confidentiality is if there is reason to believe you or another person is in danger. I am a mandated reporter for the health and safety of yourself and others.