*a non-judgmental healing space
*consistent belief in your ability to heal
*strategies and information to help make sense of what's going on *observation of where societal messages might be showing up
*ideas and resources to support yourself or find support
*advice if you want it
I provide trauma therapy in-person in Baltimore City and online for folks in Maryland.
Work with me feels warm, compassionate, accepting, non-judgemental, gently challenging, educational, and healing.
Folks who I work with have successfully shifted their patterns of unhealthy relating and coping. As a result, they feel more expansive, confident, and healthy.
I offer appointments on an ongoing basis at weekly, biweekly, or monthly frequency, depending on your goals.
Book a free 20-Minute Consultation. You’ll share about your goals and I’ll share about what working with me is like. We’ll check the vibes to see if we’re a good fit.
Fees for Therapy:
$170/45- to 55-minute appointment
$255/75- to 85-minute appointment
I accept Maryland Medicaid and am an out-of-network (OON) provider for all private health insurance plans.
I currently have a waitlist for folks who are on Medicaid. Contact me to get on the waitlist.
Most folks pay between $45 and $90/session with OON benefits, after meeting their deductibles.
I work with Thrizer, a service that helps folks with out-of-network insurance benefits get reimbursement for therapy.
You can use an HSA or FSA to pay therapy fees.
Therapy appointments are 45 to 55 minutes or 75 to 85 minutes.
11am to 6pm (last appointment begins at 5pm) Monday through Wednesday
To get started, book a free 20-minute consultation by clicking the button below
I am a licensed social worker in Maryland. My license number is 23320. LCSW-C means Licensed Certified Social Worker - Clinical.
I have my Masters of Science, Social Work in clinical social work from the University of Texas at Austin. While I officially became a social worker when I graduated in 2017, I've been practicing in social work and social work-adjacent roles since 2012.
As a licensed social worker, I am bound to uphold the National Association of Social Workers' Code of Ethics. I am strongly committed to adhering to this code.
If after working with me or any other social worker, you believe a social worker has violated the Code of Ethics, you can make a complaint to the Maryland Board of Social Work Examiners.