Life can be hard. It’s full of changes, beginnings, endings, and at times may be confusing. At Strive Therapy, I hear you and want to help. That’s why I offer individual and family therapy sessions. In my opinion, therapy is best served regularly. I’d like to see you or your family weekly, for 50 to 80 minutes.

Please note that due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, all of my services will be conducted via a secure video call.

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Family Therapy

Have you ever noticed how a challenge that one family member is facing, affects the whole household? Or how one member’s problems, behavior, or mood impacts others? Through systems thinking, I understand that all members of a family (either chosen, through blood, or marriage) rely on and impact others. Because of this, family therapy is highly recommended for many challenges and especially with children. Family therapy can help with:

Behavioral issues School problems Life transitions
Anxiety Depression Stress
Family conflict Parenting Self-esteem

Individual Therapy

Sometimes, life gives us lemons. It tosses us curveballs, derails our plans, and throws us off track. Through individual therapy, I’ll help you make lemonade. Together, we’ll pick you up, do some realignments and figure out how to move forward. Individual therapy can help with:

Anxiety Depression Stress
Self-harm Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Self-esteem Suicidality Life transitions
Peer relations Trauma Behavioral issues
Grief Relationships Family conflict
Emotion regulation Issues specific to the LGBTQ+ community

I have a special interest in working with teens and young people. As a baby-faced millennial, I know how difficult it can be growing up in our current world. I also know that society/adults/people in general, place a lot of pressure on folks in this age range. Although I can’t necessarily alleviate this pressure, I do enjoy empowering young people, teaching them how to cope, and providing them with a safe space.

Types of Therapy

For successful therapy, having a collaborative, therapeutic relationship is key. Because of this, I draw from several different therapeutic models, using whichever model fits you best. Overall, my services are strength-based and person-centered. I draw from the following therapy models:

Structural Family Therapy Solution Focused Therapy
Emotionally Focused Therapy Therapeutic Play
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Humanistic Therapy


I do not currently accept insurance. I can, however, provide you with a superbill which you may submit to your insurance for out-of-network reimbursement. Please note that many health insurance providers only reimburse a portion of therapy fees. Check with your insurance to learn more about your mental health coverage and benefits.

I accept all major credit and debit cards (including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover) through my secure client portal. Payment is due at the time of service.

Individual 50 minutes at $165
Families 50 minutes at $185 or 80 minutes at $215
Intake $215

Sliding Scale

I offer reduced-fee therapeutic services through Open Path Psychotherapy Collective. Through this organization, I charge $70 for individual sessions and $80 for family sessions. Please know that I have limited availability for reduced fee clients/families. Visit my professional profile at Open Path Psychotherapy Collective to learn more and see if I’m accepting reduced-fee clients.