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Am I crazy?
No! Far from it. You may just want some perspective, time for yourself, or a person to listen who's not connected to you, your friends, or your family.

Why psychotherapy?

Why not? It's a creative way to discover more about yourself and your inner truth. It can provide insight into why and how you act certain ways. Besides, it's a safe, established way to access challenging material.

Will you "fix" me?

I'm a facilitator and educated professional who'll help you recognize the resources you already have. Rather than trying to "fix" something, my aim is to help you transform difficult situations into something more workable.

How long will we see each other?

Each session is 50 minutes.
How will your techniques help me?
Drama Therapy uses acting/improv techniques to promote self-exploration. Drama offers a variation to traditional talk therapy, and in combination with talk therapy, provides a more dynamic type of personal exploration. Both are extremely valid and helpful at different times throughout the therapeutic process. Working together, we'll identify which type of therapy is the best fit.

Do I have to have arts experience?

No drama or art background is necessary. At times “acting out”, “rehearsing”, or “practicing” for a big life event can provide perspective, calm, and a feeling of being prepared.

What’s your cancellation policy?

I ask that you honor the policy on my Fees page. Otherwise, you’ll be required to pay the full cost of the missed session.
Will our meetings be confidential?
Yes! Legally, the only time I'm allowed to share information about a client is if I'm either subpoenaed by a court order or if I believe they’re going to cause danger to themselves or someone else. In the latter case, only pertinent information would be shared with law enforcement in order to ensure the safety of all parties involved.

What does LMFT stand for?

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I’m licensed by the Board of Behavioral Sciences.

What does RDT stand for?

Registered Drama Therapist. I am registered as a drama therapist with the North American Drama Therapy Association (NADTA).