ifs-informed emdr



Specialty areas




I offer virtual (video) sessions for clients residing anywhere in the states of Colorado or Georgia. 

How long are sessions and how often will we meet?

Most clients schedule sessions for a “clinical hour,” which is 50 minutes, but you can also choose to meet for 80 or 100 minutes. Note: If you are planning to submit for OON reimbursement from your insurance, they will only cover the first 50 minutes of extended sessions.

I strongly encourage my clients to commit to scheduling weekly sessions for at least the first few sessions in order for us to get to know each other, build trust, and get some momentum. After that, we can discuss if you would prefer to continue meeting weekly or biweekly. I expect clients to attend either weekly or biweekly for the duration of treatment or until we have mutually agreed to step down to a maintenance schedule. 

Do you offer a sliding scale?

I have a limited number of spots for reduced fees. These are available to those who qualify with proof of income and are based on a family household income sliding scale. To apply for a sliding fee, you must submit a financial information form along with proof of income prior to your initial appointment.

Do you prescribe medication?

No, I am not a medical doctor. However, I am able to help get you connected to a prescriber, help you prepare for your initial and subsequent appointments in terms of important information to share and what questions to ask, and I can offer guidance on what to expect with various types of medications.


It’s hard to say. Some people may just need help navigating a specific transition or situation, or only need to process a single-incident trauma such as a car accident, and this can usually be accomplished over just a few months. Most of the clients I work with are working through a variety of concerns and have multiple past experiences that need to be processed and healed. It’s not at all uncommon for me to work with a client for 1-2 years and I have a few that I’ve been seeing for over 5 years. It’s also very common for clients to have seen satisfactory progress after a certain amount of time but choose to continue coming on a less frequent schedule so as to maintain that progress and address new issues as they arise. So it really depends on your goals and ultimately it’s up to you - you can continue with therapy for however short or long a time feels right and is of benefit to you.



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