• Free - First 20-minutes consult
  • $100 - Telehealth session (50-min)
  • $135 - In-person (50-min)
  • $175 - Couple session (1 hour)

Yes. I do have a sliding scale for individual sessions.There are limited spots on case-by-case basis.

At this time I am accepting Aetna, Oscar Health, United Healthcare, and Oxford plans through Headway.

At this time, I am offering both telehealth and in-person sessions. I use Zoom for virtual sessions. During our initial phone consult we can talk about any special needs.

The in-person location is North of Houston, near The Woodlands area.

  • Location: 33018 Tamina Road, Magnolia 77354 United States

In general, you can expect to present the topic, discuss goals, background, and share progress or insights from the previous sessions. Therapy may be short or long-term, depending on the situation and personal goals. Some of my clients who choose to work on intricate patterns or desire more personal development require long-term therapy. It is common to schedule regular sessions until they are no longer needed. In sessions, I may use Brainspotting, mindfulness-based processing, or cognitive restructuring as part of the therapy.

Therapists can provide a fresh perspective on a difficult problem or point you in the direction of a solution. The benefits you obtain from therapy depend on how well you use the process and practice what you learn. The ultimate purpose of therapy is to bring the knowledge and actions we discover during the session into our daily life. You may also work on journaling, trigger sheet, change plan, self-care, though-log, etc., outside of the therapy sessions to support your desired goals. People usually seek therapy to bring positive changes, new perspectives and to increase self-awareness.

Some of the benefits available from therapy are:
  • New ways to manage, and cope with stress, anxiety, grief, depression and other emotional pressures.
  • Finding resolution to the issues that led you to seek help in the first place.
  • Gaining better insights and understanding of yourself, your goals, and values.
  • Learning new skills to improve your relationships.
  • Improving communications and listening skills.
  • Changing old behavior patterns and developing new ones.
  • Discovering new ways to solve problems in your family or marriage.
  • Improving your self-esteem and boosting self-confidence