Online Therapy Services

for Women in Washington State

Services & Fees

Initial Evaluation

55 minutes (Virtual)


Counseling Session

55 minutes (VIRTUAL)


Service Areas:

ADHD (Support Services,
Not Diagnostic Assessments)
Body Image/Self-Acceptance
Family Conflict
Grief and Loss
Life Transitions
Trauma and PTSD

Are we a fit?

As with any relationship, compatibility between a therapist and client is so important. I’m not the right fit for everyone and that’s okay! If you’re still on the fence, take a look below and let me help you decide.

Probably, if You Are...

  • Comfortable with doing sessions online
  • Willing to engage in self-exploration 
  • Ready to make some changes that may be scary or hard
  • Looking for a supportive, accepting environment to help you on your way

The Process


First, let’s chat for a few minutes by phone or video to answer any questions and make sure we’re a fit.


Then, you can schedule a regular weekly or biweekly session time to help you make this work a priority.


I will send you all paperwork by email, including an intake assessment to help get us started.



Do you take insurance?

Yes, I can bill United Healthcare, Aetna, Premera and Regence/BCBS directly and you are only billed for your copay at the time of service.

What costs should I expect?

Your insurance will determine your copay but I can verify your benefits before you start (final determination still depends on your insurance company). In addition, if you cancel a session with less than 24 hours notice I charge $25 and if you no-show your session I charge the full service fee of $125.

Where are you located?

I am in Washington State and all sessions are conducted through video calls.

Does it matter where I am?

Yes, you must be in the state of Washington at the time of our session. If you are out of town, let me know ahead of time and we can reschedule.

Do you only work with women?

Yes, I work with all female-identifying people.

Do you work with teenagers?

Yes, I work with clients ages 13 and up. A consideration for teletherapy with teenagers is whether they are able to stay engaged in conversation for almost an hour at a time. In person therapy might be a better fit for kids who need a lot of prompting to discuss their thoughts and feelings because it allows for games, physical exercises and other engagement techniques.

What should I expect when working with you?

You should expect to talk a lot. I hope you will also laugh, sometimes cry and always feel a little lighter. Our sessions are just conversations; there is no right or wrong way to do it.

grow the life you want



By setting aside time to care for yourself through therapy, you are moving closer to the life you want. Contact me for a consultation and get started today.