1931 New Garden Road, Suite 212, Greensboro, NC 27410-2556.
I'm about a block west of Battleground Avenue on the north side of the street.
Note if you are using insurance: I accept Aetna, BCBS, and UHC (but not UMR). I provide additional tele-health services through MDLive.
Are you unhappy or anxious in your relationships? I work with you to help you develop and maintain positive relationships with yourself and the important people in your life. You can benefit from understanding what motivates behavior choices and interferes with communication and understanding.
Through my work with adults as individuals or as part of a couple, I promote personal strength, intentionality, and kindness. I practice therapy from a person-centered philosophy. I believe that you are the expert on your personal situation and have the means to resolve problems within a safe therapeutic relationship. Good emotional health is a congruence of ideal self and real self. Problems occur when there is a discrepancy between what you want to be and what you are experiencing. We will focus on the present moment and on experiencing and expressing your feelings. The past will be discussed as it affects your present feelings and behaviors.
Each client is provided a personalized approach that may include interventions from Person-Centered Practices, the Gottman Method, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and tailored to each of my clients' individual needs to help attain personal growth.
My goal is for you to overcome the difficulties that brought you to therapy sooner rather than later. In order to track our success in treatment, I may ask you to complete an assessment document to determine your sense of well-being or distress or significance of symptoms. Assessments may be re-administered through the duration of treatment. The results are discussed with you, recorded, and compared over time. If you are not making progress towards your treatment goals it may be appropriate to redesign the treatment plan, goals, or methods of therapy and consider the possible benefit of a referral to a specialist or other treatment program.
Counseling can help people understand why they do what they do.
Counseling Fees: 55-minute sessions are $125. Sessions are scheduled for one hour increments. Fee may be reduced due to insurance contract or other negotiations.
Independent in-network provider for Aetna, Blue-Cross/BlueShield, and United Health Care. In network through MD Live (tele-health only at https://mdlnext.mdlive.com). Your out-of-pocket expense will depend on your plan. Call the number on the back of your insurance card for details on your coverage. Note that you may have a mental health/behavioral health benefit that is different from your medical insurance. Clients are responsible for full payment of services if insurance denies the claim for any reason.
If for any reason you wish to terminate our therapeutic relationship, you have the right to do so in either of the following ways:
· You advise me at any time that you wish to terminate therapy (planned discharge)
· You do not return for services within 60 days of the previous session (unplanned discharge)
My goal is that we discuss ending therapy and no one "drops out." If you wish to discontinue for any reason, let me know that you will not be making a future appointment. If you have not discussed ending services with me, and you do not schedule a future appointment within 30 days of your last appointment, I may send you an inquiry to determine if you plan to continue or end services. If you decide that I am not the right fit for you, I will be happy to work with you to find a therapist that better suits your needs. Ending therapy can also be based on my belief that sessions are not productive or that the services you need are outside the scope of my practice. If you are not making progress, a referral to another counselor or service may be appropriate.
Relationships can be wonderful and frustrating all at the same time. All of us are in a variety of relationships and can benefit from learning how to improve them. Whether you are struggling with a romantic relationship, a work relationship, or a relationship with a family member (child, parent, or something else) learning how to create positive interactions can improve the quality of your life.
Counseling, either individually or with other important people in your life, can help you learn:
1931 New Garden Road, Suite 212, Greensboro, NC 27410-2556
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For same-day sessions and other options, please call me at 336-338-2011.