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I take Presbyterian Commercial/Medicaid, United, and Friday Health plans.  *Affordable self pay scale available!*

One of the benefits of self-pay is greater privacy for you. Most insurance companies require therapists to submit a clinical diagnosis for clients. Sometimes therapists have to provide additional clinical information to have your treatment authorized. Self-pay maintains your confidentiality, and does not necessitate a diagnosis that will remain in your records.  



I am passionate about teaching and providing trainings! As a trainer, I have presented at multiple conferences about homelessness, reintegration after incarceration, substance use treatment and gender responsive treatment. I have provided multiple non-profits and state agencies (including Law Offices of the Public Defender and CYFD) with trainings about compassion fatigue, justice involvement, harm reduction/harm reduction psychotherapy, substance use, mindfulness, and trauma informed care. I tailor my trainings to meet the needs of your organization, and they can range from 1 hour to multi day affairs! 


I also have extensive experiencing facilitating groups. I have led an Intensive Outpatient program, Anger Management, Seeking Safety, substance use, dual diagnosis, and trauma groups. I can facilitate crisis debriefing and compassion fatigue process groups for mental health and social service agencies. I am also skilled in facilitating groups for BIPOC individuals seeking support due to racial trauma. I have held day long workshops for helping professionals with activities of art, writing, meditation, intention setting, yoga, and much more. I would love to provide any of these services to your organization or group!


I am a board-approved clinical supervisor for LMSWs working towards independent licensure. I absolutely love providing supervision, and am guided by this quote by Zen monk Shunruyu Suzuki:"In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities; in the expert's mind there are few.” I deeply enjoy working with others to cultivate their strengths, and encourage their fresh ideas and insights to the field of social work. 
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