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Phone Consultation

Phone Call

The consultation meeting is not a therapy session, but it is an opportunity for us to learn more about each other. Using 20-30 minutes, and at your comfort level, we will briefly discuss:

  • the support you are seeking right now

  • how I can meet your needs

  • answer questions you might have for me

  • logistics (scheduling, location accessibility, fees/insurance)

This consultation does not mean you are expected to work with me. I understand that some individuals want time to make a decision.  Our scheduling, logistical needs, or modes of communication could be incompatible, or I am unable to offer the services you need. I am happy to provide referrals to other therapists or higher levels of care.

Email or call to schedule your FREE consultation. I look forward to hearing from you!

Individual Therapy

Providing In Person
& Telehealth sessions

Therapy office

Many approaches can be used in psychotherapy with the general goals of learning more helpful ways to cope with life challenges, build insight and improve overall functioning. Each approach uses a different path of progressing toward these goals.


As there is no one-size-fits-all approach to mental health, I use:

  • Mindfulness

  • Self-compassion

  • Feminist Multicultural Theory (FMT) 

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)

  • Family Based Therapy for Eating Disorders

  • Anti-diet

  • Health At Every Size (HAES)

  • Pain Reprocessing Therapy (PRT)



Therapy for Teens

Teenagers talking with each other

Adolescence is an especially vulnerable time of social, emotional and physical changes. Teens often encounter challenges with body image, peer relationships, sexuality, school, and experimenting with alcohol and drugs. Learning difficulties, discrimination, exposure to violence, poverty, and chronic medical conditions can put teens at higher risk for mental health conditions. 


Therapy can be a supportive tool to help:

  • Cope with overwhelming emotions

  • Find language for one’s experience

  • Increase compassion & self-understanding

Your teen dragging their feet and not being thrilled about the idea of therapy is common! I work with folks where they are at and know building trust takes time. I have found humor, collaboration, and transparency about all of our roles to be helpful in gaining and maintaining trust.

I provide these services through Home for Balance Psychotherapy Group, LLC

Our diverse team of clinicians specialize in the treatment of eating disorders, OCD, trauma, grief, addiction, depression, anxiety & chronic medical conditions

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