Have questions?

Here are some common questions I get asked. I know choosing a counselor is a big decision, and I'm here to help you feel at ease! If you don't see your specific question below, please contact me! I'm here to answer any questions you may have.


How do I make an appointment with you?

To make an appointment, please call me directly at (205) 832-0756. Rest assured! My voicemail is completely confidential! If you can't immediately reach me, please leave a message with your name and number and I will return your call as soon as possible.

You may also send me a message using the Contact button located in the top right corner of this page. And feel free to contact me via my Psychology Today page or my GoodTherapy page.

Do you offer free consultations?

Yes! I've recently started offering free 20 minute phone consultations. If you're interested in a phone consultation, please give me a call at (205) 832-0756.

What is the first session like?

Click here to read in-depth about what to expect during your first visit!

How much do you charge?

I accept payments on an income-based sliding fee scale. If you're worried about payment, please contact me. Special plans and charges can be discussed!

The sliding scale is typically as follows:

$20,000 and below: $40
$20,001 - $40,000: $60
$40,001 - $60,000: $80
$60,001 - $80,000: $100
$80,001 - $100,000: $120
$100,001 and above: $140

what forms of payment do you accept?

I accept cash, card, and checks.

What days & Hours do you work?

I work Monday - Friday, typically from 10am - 6pm. If you need weekend or after-hour appointments, please contact me! My schedule is flexible and can be made to accommodate your needs. 

How many sessions will I need?

The number of sessions each person needs varies greatly and depends on what issues you're wanting to work on. These concerns will be discussed during your initial session. Remember: you're in charge of what we work on and for how long.

Are the things I say confidential?

Of course! I take your privacy and confidentiality very seriously. This will all be discussed during our first meeting.