Therapy Services FAQ + Resources

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What to Expect:

Your healing journey could begin right where you are.  I provide  Video Psychotherapy because I believe everyone should have equal access to counseling, regardless of where you live in Washington State. 
 
Telehealth is as effective as in-person counseling, and without the worries of driving, traffic and parking. I use a HIPAA compliant confidential video chat platform that protects your information.
 
​Making the decision to begin therapy is one of the biggest first steps, so please feel free to ask any questions while you consider booking. 

After you book your first appointment, I will email you the intake forms to be completed prior to our first appointment, and I am  available to answer any questions you may have before our appointment.

In our first few sessions, we will spend time discussing what you hope to achieve through therapy and develop a plan of action together. I like to collaborate and incorporate your ideas to decide goals and measure progress. At the end of the initial session, if we both agree we would be a good fit, we will continue working together!

 

My standard fees are:

$55 -30 minute session
$110 - 50 minute session

$25 - No-Show Fee

 

Free Therapy Vouchers for Black People: If you qualify for free counseling sessions, email me the confirmation email and  book "Counseling w/Therapy Voucher" . Here are a few wonderful options to look into: 

  1)  LoveLand Foundation Fund, 2)  WATherapyFund, 3) Free Black Therapy


Under the No Surprises Act, you have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate upon request. More information here


I accept payments through online booking & credit card payments.

If you qualify for voucher programs, I accept Therapy Vouchers as well.

I can also complete my portion of your insurance reimbursement form so you can get partial or full reimbursement!

Hours of operation:
Tuesday-Thursday: 9:00 AM -5:45 PM

 

Low Cost Therapy & BIPOC Directories

Directory: Black Therapists, Indigenous Therapists and Therapists of Color

  • DMHS: Deconstructing the Mental Health System offers a free directory (free for Therapists AND people seeking therapy), that features BIPOC Therapists. You can search by race, ethnicity and type of therapy you are seeking.

 

Free Therapy For Black People

Therapy Aid Coalition (Initiative: Coronavirus Essential Workers)

  • Serving all United States essential workers, whether furloughed or employed, as well as their adult family members during the COVID-19 pandemic. We define essential workers as individuals who do not have the privilege of working from home when stay-at-home orders are in place. We also include teachers and school personnel, working in person, via hybrid learning, or remote, due to the enormous strain these changes have caused.

  • Fees: 0-$50.

 

Open Path Collective

  • Open Path connects clients in need with mental health professionals who offer affordable therapy for $30-60 per session.

  • Sign up for an Open Path membership ($39) and receive lifetime access to low cost therapy options.

 

UV Cares

  • UVCares is a growing tele-mental health provider that ensures mental health services to everyone regardless of ability to pay. If a client cannot afford any aspect of the counseling (no insurance, co-pays, or deductible) then UVCares will pay that on the client's behalf when they are seeing one of our providers. The clinic is funding dependent. We would like to begin to file insurance claims (for those that have insurance) to create a source of revenue that we could apply to those that do not have insurance.

  • Fees: $0-Sliding scale

 

Mend

  • We are a collective of healers with diverse educational backgrounds and identities committed to an anti-oppressive and liberatory approach to therapy. We emphasize serving the QTBIPOC (Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color) Community.

  • Fees: $45-75

 

Antioch Counseling Clinic

  • Services: individual, couples, family, group therapy; art, play therapy; assessments. Graduate student clinicians supervised by licensed professionals.

  • Fees: Ranges from $0 to $100 based on annual income.

 

Bastyr Center for Natural Health

  • Services: short-term therapy counseling. Graduate student clinicians supervised by licensed professionals.

  • Fees: $25

 

CityU of Seattle Counseling Center

  • Services: counseling for the general community; no limits to number of sessions. Graduate student clinicians supervised by licensed professionals.

  • Fees: based on income; sliding scale of $5 - $60.

 

Samaritan Center of Puget Sound Low Fee Clinic (Christian)

  • Services: individual, couple, and family counseling. Graduate student clinicians supervised by licensed professionals.

  • Fees: sliding scale based on income.

Crisis Lines & Support Groups

LGBTQIA+

 

Trans Lifeline

1-877-565-8860

Hotline for trans people staffed by trans people

BlackLine

1 (800) 604-5841 

24/7 Text or Call Hotline: a space for peer support, counseling, witnessing and affirming the lived experiences to folxs who are most impacted by systematic oppression with an LGBTQ+ Black Femme Lens.

Crisis Text Line

741741

Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a Crisis Counselor

DeQH

908-367-3374 

Hotline for South Asian/Desi LGBTQ individuals, family, and friends

GLBT National Help Center

1-888-843-4564

Hotline with peer-counseling and local resources.

GLBT National Youth Talk Line

1-800-246-7743

Hotline for youth (up to age 25) with peer-counseling and local resources.

Trevor Project Suicide Prevention Hotline

1-866-488-7386

Crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth (ages 13-24)

Suicide Prevention

Grief & Loss Support

Domestic Violence Hotlines and Housing