Frequently

Asked

Questions

How do I get started?

Set up a phone consultation by scheduling it on our website here. During the FREE phone consultation, I will ask a few questions to learn more about you and your needs in addition to answering questions you may have. 

Do you offer virtual sessions?

Yes! As a matter of fact, the practice has transitioned to a fully virtual group practice. You can learn more at the FAQ page at our new website: Heal Your Roots Wellness

Do you offer evening sessions?

Yes, I have found that evenings work better for many of my clients, and I am happy to accommodate.

What can I expect during my first session?

The first few sessions of individual, couples and sex therapy are for us to get to know one another. I will develop an understanding of who you are, what your concerns are, and what your life has looked like recently while you get familiar with me, and my therapeutic approach.

What is therapy like with you?

I’m a real person and won’t silently nod and say hmm and that’s interesting the entire session. I am here to support, guide, and sit with you in any emotion that comes up. I use humor and empathy to build connections while being direct in challenging you to grow. I am open to feedback and your honesty about what works and doesn’t work for you personally.

What is sex therapy?

Sex therapy is a common form of psychotherapy that can be helpful for individuals or couples looking to explore their sexuality, relational patterns, difficulties with intimacy, gender roles and expectations, or simply find better ways to connect emotionally and sexually.

There are many misconceptions about sex therapy, but there is no nudity, physical exams, or touching between therapist and client(s).

How often do we need to meet?

I typically recommend we see each other once a week or bi-weekly for the first few sessions and reassess collaboratively. This is dependent on therapeutic need, affordability and schedule availability.

What is Heal Your Roots Wellness?

My solo private practice has expanded to a virtual group practice, and the new name better represents the company’s vision and goals. I have since brought on more therapists to service more clients and offer more services. 

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