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FAQ's

  • What do you help with?
    I utilize a narrative and person centered approach to address the following: *Preparing for motherhood *Adjusting to motherhood *Relationship changes after baby *Prenatal depression & anxiety *Feelings of isolation *Finding balance *Postpartum depression & anxiety *Challenges associated with being a working mother *Transitioning back to work following leave *Pregnancy loss *Rediscovering yourself after becoming a mother *Family planning *Boundary setting *Navigating extended family *Learning how to prioritize yourself *Intimacy in your relationship after baby *Self Esteem and postpartum body image If you are looking for support with any of these things and you are ready to begin your therapeutic journey, schedule your consultation by clicking here!
  • Do you accept insurance?
    I am private pay and do not accept insurance. Depending on your current insurance provider or employee benefit plan, you may be able to have your individual and couples sessions covered in part or in full. You can refer to the pricing below for each service provided. Services & Fees Individual Sessions (60 mins): $200/per session Couples Session (60 mins): $225/per session Couples Relationship Intensive (3 hours): $685/per session Premarital Counseling (8 week program): $1,880 *payment plans available* Payment HSA, FSA, and all major credit cards are accepted forms of payment. Schedule your consultation today!
  • How often will sessions take place?
    The frequency of sessions and the length of time in therapy is dependent on you! Sessions typically occur once a week for 60 minutes unless you are completing the couples 3 hour intensive. To start off, we will meet on a weekly basis as I go through the process of of learning more about you. As time goes on, we can collaborate on changing the frequency of sessions as you see fit without disrupting the integrity of the therapeutic process. The "Dear Parenthood" group will soon be open for registration. If you are interested in becoming a participant, please fill out the interest form here
  • What resources do you provide for clients?
    At It's aPARENTly Time LLC, we provide a range of resources for our clients, including one-on-one counseling, couples counseling, online resources, and support groups. We also provide educational materials and seminars to help parents and families understand the challenges of parenting. Our goal is to help parents gain the skills and knowledge needed to create a healthy family environment. Take a look at the resource section on the website by going here! Signing up for the monthly newsletter is also another great way to receive helpful tips and techniques directly to your inbox. You can sign up here for this resource!
  • How is your practice handling the impact of COVID 19?
    At this time, ALL services are being offered through a HIPPA compliant platform using video for telehealth sessions. Virtual appointments are handled in the same professional manner as in-person sessions. To schedule your free consultation, you can submit your contact information or book today by clicking here
  • How do I prepare for the telehealth video sessions?
    Each session is conducted using an HIPPA compliant video platform. For a more detailed description on how to prepare for your appointment you can access that by clicking below.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    I respect and understand that life happens, so I ask that if you have to cancel an appointment, that you do so at least 24 hours in advance. You will be charged a cancellation fee, which is non refundable, if the policy isn't adhered to. This will be processed with the credit card on file that is provided at the start of services. Please note that you will be able to schedule future sessions, but will be expected to follow the policy.
  • Do you provide mental health crisis support?
    It's aPARENTly Time LLC does not provide crisis stabilization services. If you are in crisis as evidenced by thoughts to harm yourself or someone else, the desire to act on such thoughts without intervention, if your symptoms are becoming intolerable, or if you feel like your situation is life threatening, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. You can also seek help through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-8255
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