Frequently Asked Questions

What Should I expect?

My undivided attention and expertise to address the concerns bringing you in.

Expect to be heard. Expect to be supported. Expect to be respected. Expect honesty. Expect transparency. 

During our initial consultation we will get to know each other & conduct a pre-screening where we review your completed client information sheet. Then we will decide if we will move into a therapeutic, therapist-client relationship.

During your initial 60 minute evaluation we will take a deep dive, complete assessments, &  further hone in on how working together can help you redefine, “Having. It. All.”

Prepare to get to work. Once we get to this phase we will begin to employ techniques, assess, and re-evaluate what is needed in this season, to help you redefine, HAVING. IT. ALL.

As a mental health provider, I understand all to well the need to keep yourself mentally, emotionally, and physically safe during this pandemic. I also understand the need for human connection in this time of social distancing. As a result, I have chosen to continue providing mental and behavioral health services virtually at this time. I take every extra step to ensure that even though we are not physically together you still feel connected. We can meet virtually anywhere and from any device, both safely and privately from the location of your choice.

How do I pay?

Session rates are as follows:

$75 for a 30-minute consultation 

$200 for a 60-minute initial evaluation

 $175 for 45-minute individual sessions

 $250 for 70-minute couples and family sessions

BeHeart Counseling Services accepts HSA (Health Savings Accounts), FSA (Flex Spending Accounts) both of which are insurance benefits that can be used for medical and mental health services. 

All major credit cards, cash, and electronic transfers.

It is my desire that both you the client and I have total control over what  both therapy and redefining, HAVING. IT. ALL. looks like with no outside influence on how many sessions you will have, how frequent the sessions will be, and when the desired treatment outcomes have been met in order services to be discontinued.

What does Marriage and Family Therapist mean & what do you do?

Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT’s) broaden the traditional emphasis on the individual role of individuals in primary relationship networks such as marriage and the family. 

MFT’s take a holistic perspective to health care; they are concerned with the overall, long-term well-being of individuals and their families. To learn more about MFTs click here

Absolutely not! 

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I am trained to work with systems and within them.

Meaning, I can work with and am licensed to work with Individuals, Couples, and Families.