Therapy and Coaching

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If you’re looking for one on one support, welcome.

If your eyes are falling on this page you probably feel like a lot of therapists are not the right fit for you – like they might not be equipped to understand you, or they might diagnose you (and be wrong about it). It’s OK, I understand.

I also am not the right therapist for everybody. I don’t give cookie cutter feedback or buy into the idea that your suffering is an indication that something is wrong with you, or your brain – and I’m not interested in diagnosing you.

My approach to therapy is probably right for you if:

  • You’re at the stage of your journey where you want help connecting the dots, or integrating the work that you’ve done elsewhere.
  • You’re interested in self-actualization, and creating a life by design.
  • You’re willing to take responsibility for the way you show up in your life, and your role in creating your own reality.
  • You would like to focus on having excellent relationships – including your relationship with yourself, and with life itself.

Want to know more about me?

My path has been… interesting 😉 I chose to become a psychologist (and a therapist) because I started going to therapy myself when I was ten years old and I got a lot out of it. I come from a family of spiritually curious people (highly dysfunctional but spiritually curious!) so I started dabbling in other healing modalities at an early age as well.

I went to my first yoga class when I was thirteen, started meditating at sixteen, and by the time I was in college I was doing sweat lodges with a Native American medicine practitioner.

More recently, my journey has taken me toward the metaphysical, and I’ve spent the last eight years studying how we shift and create reality with our conscious attention. If you’d like to hear more about that you can listen to this podcast interview that I did with my teacher Michelle Masters.

I’m also extensively trained in addiction treatment and crisis de-escalation. All of these tools are housed inside of the considerable skillset that I’ve developed as a traditionally trained talk therapist, which is how I continue to think about and hold the work.

How you can work with me:

Sessions are $425/hour, and this applies to individual therapy, couples therapy, and coaching (I only work with adults). Longer sessions are prorated accordingly, and committing to regular sessions is not a requirement.

If you would like to book one session or a few sessions to get my counsel on a particular issue or concern, I welcome that.

Appointments are available remotely (via Zoom or over the phone), and I can provide home visits in Los Angeles for interventions, family sessions, or instances where the highest degree of discretion is required.

Psychotherapy can be paid for with insurance:

If you live in the state of California and you have a PPO plan that will reimburse for out-of-network providers, I can provide billing statements that you can submit to your insurance company; many people also pay for therapy with an HSA (health savings account).

If you would like to know more, or to schedule an appointment, please email me directly at [email protected]. Thank you.