FAQ (and what you need to get started now)

I know that finding a new therapist can be a daunting task. I’m here to make that as painless as possible for you. Below are some of the FAQ that I most often get. I hope it helps make this process, just a little bit easier. Got a question you don’t see an answer for? Shoot me a message and I’ll get you an answer as quickly as possible.

Who do you work with the most?

  • Folks in Rhode Island ( in person ) or South Carolina or Ohio (telehealth)
  • 18 and older
  • People who have experienced abuse in childhood
  • Survivors of sexual abuse and assault
  • LGBTQIA+ community
  • Folks healing from religious trauma


  • Sessions are $150 per hour
  • I do not accept insurance at this time
  • I provide a superbill so that you can submit an out of network claim to your insurance if you would like

Where is your office?

325 Angell Street
Providence Rhode Island

  • Conveniently located on Brown University’s campus, moments away from the heart of Providence
  • Street parking available in front of the office, with street parking also available.
  • 325 Angell Street is a Victorian house shared by mental health clinicians with private waiting area, gardens, and quiet side entrance.
Cat in therapy on couch

How does virtual therapy work?

  • You will be sent a confidential link for a video chat 15 minutes before your appointment.
  • I conduct sessions from a private, soundproof location.
  • We will work together to make sure that you feel comfortable with how/where you participate with telehealth sessions.
  • You must physically be in the states of Ohio or Rhode Island at the time of the session

Feeling safe with your therapist is Essential!

Here are some areas of interest that I am committed to ongoing learning

  • LGBTQIA+ folks
  • Anti-racism and the impact that racism has on mental and emotional health
  • Health at Every Size and body neutrality
  • Intersectionality
  • Unlearning and healing from diet culture
  • Poly and open relationships

How will I know if we are the right fit?

Choosing a therapist is an incredibly personal experience, and I know I’m not the best fit for everyone. However, I am committed to helping you find the best support possible. If we begin working together, and you decide that isn’t me, I will do whatever I can to support you in finding the absolute best fit.