Bringing therapy to you.

  • Your time is valuable. Online therapy removes the need to commute. Your schedule is already packed, and although you recognize that therapy is valuable, it can be stressful adding another place you need to be at another time. Your day can get eaten up in the hours between destinations, leading your already packed days feeling untenable. With online therapy, there is no need for commute. A 60 minute session can be just that, instead of having to factor in travel time.

  • Therapy is personal and your privacy is paramount. We will meet over a secure video conferencing software. Your information and identity are protected, and we still get to see each other as though we're in the same room. While meeting online, you get to be in your own space. Being with your pets or in your own bed while doing therapy can help keep you grounded and feeling safe through the session.  

  • Online therapy is effective. And you don’t have to take my word for it. Click here and here for some articles in support of the effectiveness of online therapy. I currently serve clients in New Mexico, Washington DC and Virginia.


How does it work?

We will be able to see and hear each other like we are in the same room. The only difference is you get to be wherever you are comfortable, or wherever is convenient for you; your bed, your car, or a private space at work. Learn more about what to expect on the FAQ page.

Still have questions? Schedule a time to talk with me.

Therapy is all about the best fit between client and therapist.

One of the best predictors of you making progress in therapy is the “therapeutic alliance” (read more about that here and here). That means that it’s really important for you and your therapist to have a genuine relationship. Sometimes that’s not an easy fit to find.

That’s part of why it’s so helpful to be able to find a therapist who might not be super close to you. It’s also why I think it’s so important to do a consult before we get started. That way you and I get to determine if we can be a good fit, and if not, I can try and find some other options that could work better for you.


What makes someone a good fit for online therapy?

  • Reliable internet connection

  • Private space to meet

If you're ready to learn more and see if you and I might be a good fit, click below and let’s talk!