- Adults, individuals and couples.
- Single people alone, single people and their dating partner(s).
- If you’re married and your spouse is not willing to join you, or you prefer to come in alone, you can still greatly benefit. Don’t make your personal development contingent on someone else’s participation.
- If you’re married and you both want to come in as a couple, that’s great.
How many sessions will it take?
That depends on whether you just want to fix a problem, or you want continuing improved quality of life.
Some people see me weekly for several weeks or months; others see me once a month for years, as part of their relationship maintenance. There’s a wide range in between.
I make recommendations; it’s up to you. You’ll have a better idea after the first session.
I have weekday, weeknight, and some Saturday appointments.
Am I normal?
Everybody wants to know if what they’re struggling with is normal. I’m not concerned with whether or not what you do fits the supposed norm; I only care about whether or not it’s working for you.
Are the sessions covered by insurance?
Insurance typically does not cover my services. However, if you have a health account, whereby you set aside pre-tax dollars for what your insurance does not cover, some of my clients have been able to get reimbursed that way.