Where are you located?

My office is in North Wales, PA (Montgomery County). It is on the 3rd floor – so bring your walking shoes! Free parking is in the back.

100 South Main Street, Office 3A North Wales, PA 19454

What are your hours?
All sessions are scheduled by appointment.
How long is a session?
Sessions are generally 50 to 60 minutes long, except in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, which can run longer.
Do you have a cancellation policy?
I require a 24-hour notice to cancel an appointment. Less than a 24-hour notice will result in a canceled session fee of $75.
How do I set up an appointment?

You can call me at (215) 872-9254 or complete a contact form, and I will reach out to you to set up an appointment. I also offer a free 20-minute call to make sure I am a good fit for you and will be able to help you.

Do you accept insurance?
No, but I can provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance company for out-of-network reimbursement.
What if I can’t come to you?
Virtual/telehealth sessions are available.
With what ages do you work?
I work with men, women, and children, ages 2 and up.
What is a session like with you?

I meet you where you are in the moment, listen, and work with you to problem solve and adjust your self-talk and coping skills.

What modalities do you use?
I use several evidence-based modalities, individualized to meet your specific needs. These include Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, exposure therapy, specialized trauma approaches, and play therapy.
What is Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)?
PCIT is a well-researched approach to working with younger children exhibiting disruptive behavior such as temper tantrums, defiance, destruction, or aggression. It involves a coaching component that allows me to help parents become their own at-home “play therapist.”
I see you are a Penn State Alumni. Are they as loyal as I hear they are?
Yes, we love our school that much – I think there is something in the water up there. What can I say, except WE ARE!
Cats or Dogs?

I love all animals – I’m the person who takes spiders and bugs outside and releases them.

I’m very allergic to cats, so I don’t live with them. But it doesn’t stop me from cuddling with them when given the opportunity. I’m definitely a dog person but would love to have a small farm of all animals.