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Individual psychotherapy

It could be time to seek therapy if an issue causes distress or interferes with daily life. Distress can mean negative thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or even a bodily sensation such as pain or fatigue. It is important not to wait until symptoms become severe before going to therapy. It may be best to seek therapy if you are often unhappy or feel overwhelmed and hopeless about issues in your life.

Cost: Individual Psychotherapy Sessions are $150/hr.

Mental Health Evaluations

Mental Health Evaluations occur at the beginning of the therapeutic process.  This service provides an overview of the biological, psychological, and sociological factors in a person's life that contribute to their wellbeing.  

These assessments may sometimes be requested by outside entities such as Physical Healthcare Providers, Attorneys, Courts, Educators, Social Service Agencies, and many more.  Evaluations may also be requested by those working toward Bariatric Surgery. 


Mental Health Evaluations must be completed during In-Person sessions.  Most evaluations can be completed in 90 minutes or less.  Please check with your insurance provider prior to scheduling these evaluations.  

Cost: Mental Health Evaluation - $225/hr

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy focused on helping a couple work through challenges, understand their relationship better, and develop healthier ways of relating to one another. The therapist uses specific therapeutic techniques and interventions to support the couple's goals.

Many couples come to couples therapy because they're dealing with a specific challenge, such as communication issues, difficulties around sex, affairs, or considering a breakup. 

Cost: Couples Therapy Session - $165/hr. 

Co-Parenting Therapy

Co-parenting is when divorced, separated, or otherwise non-cohabitating parents and/or caregivers come together to raise their children.


While some parents transition easily, others find themselves struggling with conflict, miscommunication, or a total lack of communication. Co-parenting therapy provides them with tools and skills to help improve communication, reduce conflict, and create a plan for the future, especially if other partners and children enter the picture.

Cost: Co-Parenting Therapy Session - $165/hr.

What Our Clients Say

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Brian is as real as it gets. Very personable, incredibly respectful, and you always know he’s listening without judgement.
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