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Rarely, if ever, are any of us healed in isolation. Healing is an act of communion. 

-Bell Hooks  


Individual Psychotherapy
 (50 min)

Virtual therapy is available for those living in California. These sessions take place in the comfort of your own home, offering flexibility and ease with attending sessions. We can explore a variety of topics and approaches to help you find healing. 


Walk & Talk Therapy
(60 min)

Sometimes, the sole act of getting outside can make a huge difference on our mental health. With Walk & Talk therapy, we will combine traditional therapy modalities with the benefits of sun, movement, and fresh air. This could be a good option for you if you can travel to East Los Angeles for the Walk & Talk session.


Mind-Body Coaching
(50 min)

Virtual coaching is open to those struggling with pain and other uncomfortable symptoms in their body both in the U.S. and around the world. We will work on tools and approaches to help you reduce and overcome your symptoms.


1. What are your fees? 

General session fees range from $175- $200.  I  have “Pay What You Can” slots available for those who cannot afford my full fee. I do not take insurance, but I can provide superbills. A superbill is a receipt of services that you submit to your insurance for reimbursement. I value keeping therapy accessible, so please ask me about these options if you could benefit from them.

2. Do you only work with women?

No, working with women and femmes is just one specialty of mine.  I work with men, non-binary folks, and people of various gender identities as well. I enjoy connecting with anyone that can benefit from my services.

3. What is the difference between coaching and therapy?

Therapists are only able to provide mental health services in the state in which they are licensed. In order to make my services widely available, I offer mind-body coaching to those outside of CA. If a coaching client has severe mental health needs, is in crisis, or could be better suited by psychotherapy services, I will help provide appropriate referrals in the location where the client lives.

4. What should I expect in sessions?

 In sessions, I am warm and empathetic, but I am not just a quiet listener. My aim is to take an active role in your healing, guiding you with reflections and feedback and also encouraging you to give me feedback as well. I want to know what is working, or not working, so that we can partner together to help you find relief!

5. How long does treatment take?

This varies based on each person’s goals for therapy or coaching. During our consultation call, I'm happy to share approaches and mindsets that I’ve seen help build momentum more quickly. Remember, healing timelines vary, and taking longer definitely does NOT mean you've failed. My goal is to support you in maintaining your progress independently, fostering your ongoing well-being beyond our sessions.

6. What is a Good Faith Estimate?

Under the law, healthcare providers are required to give patients who either do not have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for services. For more information or questions about a Good Faith Estimate, visit

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