I am closing my Lawrence office as of December 15th, 2017 and am working full-time at my Overland Park location. Current Lawrence clients have been notified. Previous Lawrence clients are welcome to meet me in Overland Park and/or obtain referrals to additional therapy services.
New clients are welcome to schedule January 2017 appointments. However, I am booked until that time. If you want to schedule an appointment or initial phone consultation, please contact me.
My counseling business just turned 5 years old! In this time, I have connected with hundreds of clients; upgraded my licensure; taught several college courses; and continued my education.
I became an in-network provider with United Health Care. Please note: this information relates to my Overland Park location. For complete information about accepted insurance companies, please see my Payment page.
I am now in-network with Cigna health insurance plans. If you would like me to check your Cigna benefits, please let me know!
I am now an in-network provider with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas. Please note: this in-network status relates to my Lawrence office (not my Overland Park location).
After completing a Clinical Supervision Training Plan this summer and passing the National Clinical Mental Health Counseling Exam this October, I have achieved the highest level of licensure in my field: Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor.
Clients who would like me to consult with another service provider–for example a psychiatrist, school counselor, judge, previous counselor, or medical doctor–are welcome to complete this Release of Information form. It enables the client to describe what type of information they would like shared and to specify the consultation dates. In some situations, consultations boost the effectiveness of one or both practitioners. Clients are welcome to discuss specific consultation considerations with me.
I am enlisting two new tools to build collaborative client relationships! The Outcome Rating Scale measures a client’s life satisfaction–and any positive or negative trends during the course of treatment. At the end of each meeting, clients use the Session Rating Scale to provide feedback about the meeting’s topics and methodology. These tools are associated with the International Center for Clinical Excellence. This evaluation process encourages transparency, accountability, and “custom-fit” rather than “cookie-cutter” therapy.