The cost for an initial 1-hour intake session is $120. The cost for all
1-hour follow up sessions is $100. The rates are the same for in-office sessions and virtual sessions.
I require 48 hours notice for cancellations. Your appointment reserves that time for you. If you cancel with less than 48 hours notice or no-show for your session, you will be charged for the full session fee. You can cancel your session by emailing or calling, or by logging into the client portal to cancel.
I do not accept insurance.
I accept Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover, as well as HSA (Health Savings Account) and FSA (Flexible Savings Account) cards. Payment is required at time of service.
I have extensive experience with grief and loss counseling and I also focus on life transitions; depression and hopelessness; relationship concerns; loneliness; as well as anxiety, stress and worry. I practice from a Solution Focused approach and I also implement Cognitive Behavior techniques.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Ohio. I received my Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from Kent State University and continued at Kent State University to receive my Master of Education in Clinical Mental Health Counseling.
My counseling office is at 3070 Riverside Drive, Suite 160 in Upper Arlington, Ohio. Centrally located just minutes from 33, 315 and I-270. Convenient to Grandview Heights, Hilliard, Dublin, Downtown Columbus and The Ohio State University, as well as much of Columbus. My office provides free on-site parking and is located on the first floor.
Do you offer virtual sessions?
Yes. Also known as Telehealth, I offer confidential HIPAA compliant virtual sessions online to anyone living in Ohio.
What are your hours?
My office hours vary and are available by appointment only. In-office and virtual sessions are available morning, afternoon and evenings on weekdays. Please contact me for availability or to schedule.
I am trained to provide mental health diagnoses which can aid in treatment, but I do not prescribe medication.
Do you provide documentation for Emotional Support Animals, Short Term Disability, FMLA, Custody Battles, or Court Related Matters?
No. The licensing board requires additional training and competency in completing documents like the ones listed above that I do not have. Typically, a medical doctor or a psychiatrist is better suited to complete those documents. Court involvement is not guaranteed and is based case by case per conversations with clients and ethical obligation.