Services & Pricing
My practice is a boutique practice that specializes in working with college students and emergent adults (age 18 to 29) using a unique concierge therapy approach. Let’s face it—life is hard. University life has become so complicated now a days, and transitioning from college to the work world can be even more difficult, especially here in Charlottesville. We live in a beautiful town with so much to do, yet at the same time can be so lonely, stagnate, and far from civilization.
Over the course of many years, I’ve discovered that the most effective way to work with emerging adults requires a blend of coaching and therapy. If you hire me, I will join you in partnership and help you successfully navigate your way into full-fledged adulthood. Unlike traditional therapy, I will teach you whatever basic adulting skills you need to learn.
Concierge therapy is an exclusive service that is only offered to a limited number of clients at a time; this allows me to work deeply with each client, while allowing them to access next level care with numerous perks that traditional therapy does not afford. Clients can visit the comfortable and private office or opt for on-call, in-home, or mobile therapy allowing you to remain in the comfort of your own home while becoming the best you that you can be.
I take most major insurance, including Anthem, Aetna, Cigna, Optima, Optum, and United (in-network, co-pay).
Although I am happy to work with you to receive reimbursement from your insurance provider, insurance companies require certain diagnoses in order to authorize treatment and they have access to your therapeutic records. Bypassing health insurance keeps our work especially private and confidential.
I have dedicated my career to enhancing the student experience of college and university students. My years of experience in counseling and higher education have helped me to understand and establish rapport with hundreds of university-aged students and higher education professionals. Let me help you achieve your goals.
Ph.D. Higher Education
University of Virginia
Ed.S. Counseling Psychology
James Madison University
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“Resistance, Recovery, and Relapse: Exploring Treatment Options for Individuals with Eating Disorders”. Virginia Counselors Association Annual Conference, November 2016
“Mind of Men: Gender Considerations in Safety and Prevention”. Kappa Alpha Theta Chapter Meeting, University of Virginia, April 2015
“Sexual Assault Peer Advocacy Workshop: Awareness, Bystander Intervention, Accompaniment, Counseling Skills, Dating a Survivor” (Two-day workshop). University of Virginia, Yeardley Love Grant, October 2013
“Working Effectively with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Students and Clients” (Two-day workshop). James Madison University Annual Summer Institute in Counseling, June 2011
Located near the University of Virginia in a private, discrete location. If you are unable to see me in-person, you can hire me through BetterHelp.