About My Practice

I have been practicing as a mental health counselor for over a decade. Prior to practicing in Boise, I earned a Master of Social Work degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. I worked in St. Louis for two years post graduate as a Clinical Case Manager and counselor. Throughout my career I have worked with numerous populations in a variety of settings. I currently focus my counseling practice on teens and adults who are experiencing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and PTSD.

While the treatment modality I primarily use is EMDR Therapy, I also draw from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Internal Family Systems Theory, and Mindfulness practices. The following are the areas I specialize in, however I have experience in treating a variety of issues and am happy to meet with new clients in order to tailor therapeutic goals to meet individual needs.

Areas of Focus

  • Anxiety disorders (this includes Panic Disorder with or without Agoraphobia, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Social Anxiety)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Depressive disorders (including Post-Partum Depression, Dysthymia and single-episodes of depression related to grief and loss)
  • Symptoms of stress related to work, school, and/or relationships

Treatment Modalities

  • EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing). To learn more about EMDR Therapy, CLICK HERE for more information from the EMDR Institute or CLICK HERE for more information from the EMDR International Association.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Family Systems Theory
  • Internal Family Systems Theory

Age Range/Type

  • Adults and teens (13 and up)
  • Individuals and families


  • Emergency and same day appointments are available upon request and availability.
  • I’m happy to consult by phone to answer any questions prior to scheduling an appointment.
  • I bill insurance as a courtesy to my clients and am an in-network provider for many insurance panels CLICK HERE to see a list of current insurance plans under which my services are covered.
  • I also offer telehealth/remote counseling sessions that are fully secure and HIPAA compliant. What began as a necessary option during the COVID-19 response sometimes also works best for some people desiring this option. So whether it is a period of necessary social distancing, or you just prefer telehealth, let me know and we can easily get this set up.

Professional Fees

Counseling appointments last anywhere from 30-60 minutes in length. The initial diagnostic evaluation fee is $195.00; the fee for a 30-minute psychotherapy session is $100.00; $150.00 for a 45-minute session; and $180.00 for a 60-minute session. Cash pay client fees are $165.00 for the initial eval, $100 for 30 min, $125 for 45 min, and $135 for 60 min.