Therapy and Coaching

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You’re not weak, needy, or damaged. You’re human.

Have thoughts and feelings? Ones you don’t always like? Congrats, you’re alive.

And if you’d like to understand those thoughts and feeling better so that you can become the best possible version of yourself, I can help.

I offer psychotherapy and coaching both online and out of my office in San Francisco, and more often than not I blend the two into something that I call “depth-oriented” coaching. It’s a type of work that gets you where you want to go by deeply honoring what got you where you already are.

I work with adults of all ages on an individual basis, and “couples” of all kinds – be it romantic partners, business partners (sometimes referred to as “cofounder therapy”), parents and their adult children – even friends who need help seeing eye to eye.

I also have extensive training in group facilitation and am available for off-site retreats and corporate events.

There’s more than one way to work with me:

I offer single hour sessions for $300, and ninety minute sessions for $450. This applies to individual therapy, couples therapy, and coaching.

Single hour sessions are best when the plan is to meet weekly within the “classic” model of getting ongoing, consistent support.

The longer session format is better when a person wants one-time advice or feedback (without the assumption of meeting regularly), or if someone wants a slightly more in-depth session. Longer sessions are often a better fit for couples as well.

Psychotherapy can be paid for with insurance

If you have a plan that will reimburse for an out-of-network provider, and many people pay for therapy with an HSA (health savings account).

I’m also extensively trained in group facilitation, and this service is available for workshops, seminars, and corporate retreats. Pricing for daylong events is available upon request.

Additionally:

I have an associate who’s working under my supervision while she accrues hours toward independent licensure. Her name is Penelope “Nellie” Rodgers and you can learn more about her here. I’ve chosen to work with Nellie because I find her to be extremely thoughtful about the work and I recommend her highly. She might be the right choice for you when my practice is full, which is the case from time to time, or if someone that you have a close relationship with is already in my care.