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Frequently Ask Questions

Welcome to Timeless Therapy’s FAQ. Discover quick, clear answers to your questions about our specialized LGBTQIA+, military, and caregiver therapy services.

We do not accept any insurances and are self-pay only.
YES!  Many insurances will allow you to submit therapy costs to them after you have paid out-of-pocket. We can provide a "super-bill" to give to them, when requested. This document is the industry standard and what insurance companies will ask for when asking for reimbursements. 
No, absolutely not!!  These are just some of the types of clients we specialize in. We provide all services to all people. You don't have to "fit" into any boxes.
YES!!!!  We believe all people should be free to be who they are. We relish working with all LGBTQIA+ peoples and can help with gender issues, identity exploration, and dysphoria. Being non-binary ourselves as well as having kids in the rainbow world, we are experienced and ready to assist you, whichever flag that you fly.
 
We are also kink, poly, sex and sex worker positive and affirming. We believe your lifestyle is your right as safety for yourself or others in not in jeopardy. 
 
We understand there are unique needs in the community, and we strive to increase and maintain our cultural competence in this area.
Although we believe that in-person therapy is the most effective, we do offer virtual sessions as well.  We understand that there are many factors to the choice to do virtual- finances, geographic distance, social anxiety.
The age of consent in SC is 16 years old. Anyone under the age 16, we require parental consent to treat. Even if you are a minor, we put the therapeutic relationship first unless safety is a concern. We establish boundaries in the first session with everyone involved. We do encourage family involvement when it is safe to do so.
Deciding if therapy is right for you or your family is a personal choice. Therapy can be beneficial if you are experiencing emotional distress, facing relationship challenges, seeking personal growth, or desiring support during difficult life transitions. It can provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and develop effective coping strategies. If you're unsure, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and goals, allowing us to determine if therapy is a good fit for you.
Yes, therapy sessions are confidential. Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy, and I am committed to maintaining your privacy and confidentiality. Our discussions and any personal information you share during sessions are legally protected. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality. I am obligated to breach confidentiality if there is an imminent risk of harm to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, or if ordered by a court of law. We will discuss the limits to confidentiality in more detail during our initial session.
I received my full LMFT licensing on June 7th, 2023. My license number is #8004.
Although very similar, there are some differences in the three main categories of counselors/therapists. We can all do very similar things and even sometimes all work in the same place.  The main differences are in the viewpoint of the clinician- or how we view the client and their problem. I will briefly explain each of their typical viewpoints (this can vary from clinician to clinician):
 
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is the more "traditional" viewpoint.  They look upon the problem (the issue which brought the client to seek help) as an internal/individual concern. They were born out of the Psychiatrist/psychotherapy profession. They typically view the "problem" or issue the client is seeking help on as an internal struggle. That focus a lot on the mechanics and chemicals in the brain and how they effect the individual.  They view the client as an individual.
 
Social Worker (LMSW) is trained to view the client as a piece of society. They look upon the problem as a product of the influences of society and the world upon the client. How does their school or work or church play into the client's issue. What resources can we collaborate with to help improve the problem. They are less focused on the internal struggles versus the influence of outside forces. The profession of social work, in some form or another, has existed for a very long time as well.
 
Marriage and Family Therapist is the "newest" of the trio. It is, in many ways, a hybrid of the two previous mindsets. The MFT views the problem and client holistically- we work with the internal factors like the LPC, and we understand and recognize the external forces of the social worker. We view the client not as an individual, but as a system, or family. We view that each part of a system (self, mother, father, partner, child, boss, teacher) has influence on the problem. Like a car engine, when one part of the system is malfunctioning (like the battery or suspension) the entirety of the engine suffers.
 
So, what does that all mean? Which is better? What is the best mindset?
All three modalities are valid and wonderful. the above is only on a theoretical level. Every clinician is wonderfully unique and can understand you and your issue in multiple ways. Just because a person's basic training came from one mindset, or another does not limit the clinician in any way.  Find a therapist/counselor who is right for you, the letters after the name mean little.
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of issues such as relationship difficulties, communication problems, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, and parenting challenges. I have experience working with diverse populations and welcome clients from all backgrounds.
 
I especially enjoy working with: Trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD/MST) and Dissociation (DID, OSDD-1 and 2) as well as schizo-spectrum disorders, personality disorders, OCD, ASD, and ADHD.
 
It's also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and determine if you feel comfortable working with me. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan and establish goals to guide our work together.
My therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from various evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Family Systems Theory. I also use Geek Therapy quite often as I have found it makes therapy more enjoyable. I tailor my approach to meet your unique needs and preferences, promoting healing, growth, and positive change.
We do not accept any insurances and are self-pay only.
YES!  Many insurances will allow you to submit therapy costs to them after you have paid out-of-pocket. We can provide a "super-bill" to give to them, when requested. This document is the industry standard and what insurance companies will ask for when asking for reimbursements. 
No, absolutely not!!  These are just some of the types of clients we specialize in. We provide all services to all people. You don't have to "fit" into any boxes.
YES!!!!  We believe all people should be free to be who they are. We relish working with all LGBTQIA+ peoples and can help with gender issues, identity exploration, and dysphoria. Being non-binary ourselves as well as having kids in the rainbow world, we are experienced and ready to assist you, whichever flag that you fly.
 
We are also kink, poly, sex and sex worker positive and affirming. We believe your lifestyle is your right as safety for yourself or others in not in jeopardy. 
 
We understand there are unique needs in the community, and we strive to increase and maintain our cultural competence in this area.
Although we believe that in-person therapy is the most effective, we do offer virtual sessions as well.  We understand that there are many factors to the choice to do virtual- finances, geographic distance, social anxiety.
The age of consent in SC is 16 years old. Anyone under the age 16, we require parental consent to treat. Even if you are a minor, we put the therapeutic relationship first unless safety is a concern. We establish boundaries in the first session with everyone involved. We do encourage family involvement when it is safe to do so.
Deciding if therapy is right for you or your family is a personal choice. Therapy can be beneficial if you are experiencing emotional distress, facing relationship challenges, seeking personal growth, or desiring support during difficult life transitions. It can provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and develop effective coping strategies. If you're unsure, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and goals, allowing us to determine if therapy is a good fit for you.
Yes, therapy sessions are confidential. Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy, and I am committed to maintaining your privacy and confidentiality. Our discussions and any personal information you share during sessions are legally protected. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality. I am obligated to breach confidentiality if there is an imminent risk of harm to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, or if ordered by a court of law. We will discuss the limits to confidentiality in more detail during our initial session.
I received my full LMFT licensing on June 7th, 2023. My license number is #8004.
Although very similar, there are some differences in the three main categories of counselors/therapists. We can all do very similar things and even sometimes all work in the same place.  The main differences are in the viewpoint of the clinician- or how we view the client and their problem. I will briefly explain each of their typical viewpoints (this can vary from clinician to clinician):
 
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is the more "traditional" viewpoint.  They look upon the problem (the issue which brought the client to seek help) as an internal/individual concern. They were born out of the Psychiatrist/psychotherapy profession. They typically view the "problem" or issue the client is seeking help on as an internal struggle. That focus a lot on the mechanics and chemicals in the brain and how they effect the individual.  They view the client as an individual.
 
Social Worker (LMSW) is trained to view the client as a piece of society. They look upon the problem as a product of the influences of society and the world upon the client. How does their school or work or church play into the client's issue. What resources can we collaborate with to help improve the problem. They are less focused on the internal struggles versus the influence of outside forces. The profession of social work, in some form or another, has existed for a very long time as well.
 
Marriage and Family Therapist is the "newest" of the trio. It is, in many ways, a hybrid of the two previous mindsets. The MFT views the problem and client holistically- we work with the internal factors like the LPC, and we understand and recognize the external forces of the social worker. We view the client not as an individual, but as a system, or family. We view that each part of a system (self, mother, father, partner, child, boss, teacher) has influence on the problem. Like a car engine, when one part of the system is malfunctioning (like the battery or suspension) the entirety of the engine suffers.
 
So, what does that all mean? Which is better? What is the best mindset?
All three modalities are valid and wonderful. the above is only on a theoretical level. Every clinician is wonderfully unique and can understand you and your issue in multiple ways. Just because a person's basic training came from one mindset, or another does not limit the clinician in any way.  Find a therapist/counselor who is right for you, the letters after the name mean little.
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of issues such as relationship difficulties, communication problems, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, and parenting challenges. I have experience working with diverse populations and welcome clients from all backgrounds.
 
I especially enjoy working with: Trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD/MST) and Dissociation (DID, OSDD-1 and 2) as well as schizo-spectrum disorders, personality disorders, OCD, ASD, and ADHD.
 
It's also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and determine if you feel comfortable working with me. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan and establish goals to guide our work together.
My therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from various evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Family Systems Theory. I also use Geek Therapy quite often as I have found it makes therapy more enjoyable. I tailor my approach to meet your unique needs and preferences, promoting healing, growth, and positive change.
We do not accept any insurances and are self-pay only.
YES!  Many insurances will allow you to submit therapy costs to them after you have paid out-of-pocket. We can provide a "super-bill" to give to them, when requested. This document is the industry standard and what insurance companies will ask for when asking for reimbursements. 
No, absolutely not!!  These are just some of the types of clients we specialize in. We provide all services to all people. You don't have to "fit" into any boxes.
YES!!!!  We believe all people should be free to be who they are. We relish working with all LGBTQIA+ peoples and can help with gender issues, identity exploration, and dysphoria. Being non-binary ourselves as well as having kids in the rainbow world, we are experienced and ready to assist you, whichever flag that you fly.
 
We are also kink, poly, sex and sex worker positive and affirming. We believe your lifestyle is your right as safety for yourself or others in not in jeopardy. 
 
We understand there are unique needs in the community, and we strive to increase and maintain our cultural competence in this area.
Although we believe that in-person therapy is the most effective, we do offer virtual sessions as well.  We understand that there are many factors to the choice to do virtual- finances, geographic distance, social anxiety.
The age of consent in SC is 16 years old. Anyone under the age 16, we require parental consent to treat. Even if you are a minor, we put the therapeutic relationship first unless safety is a concern. We establish boundaries in the first session with everyone involved. We do encourage family involvement when it is safe to do so.
Deciding if therapy is right for you or your family is a personal choice. Therapy can be beneficial if you are experiencing emotional distress, facing relationship challenges, seeking personal growth, or desiring support during difficult life transitions. It can provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and develop effective coping strategies. If you're unsure, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and goals, allowing us to determine if therapy is a good fit for you.
Yes, therapy sessions are confidential. Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy, and I am committed to maintaining your privacy and confidentiality. Our discussions and any personal information you share during sessions are legally protected. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality. I am obligated to breach confidentiality if there is an imminent risk of harm to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, or if ordered by a court of law. We will discuss the limits to confidentiality in more detail during our initial session.
I received my full LMFT licensing on June 7th, 2023. My license number is #8004.
Although very similar, there are some differences in the three main categories of counselors/therapists. We can all do very similar things and even sometimes all work in the same place.  The main differences are in the viewpoint of the clinician- or how we view the client and their problem. I will briefly explain each of their typical viewpoints (this can vary from clinician to clinician):
 
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is the more "traditional" viewpoint.  They look upon the problem (the issue which brought the client to seek help) as an internal/individual concern. They were born out of the Psychiatrist/psychotherapy profession. They typically view the "problem" or issue the client is seeking help on as an internal struggle. That focus a lot on the mechanics and chemicals in the brain and how they effect the individual.  They view the client as an individual.
 
Social Worker (LMSW) is trained to view the client as a piece of society. They look upon the problem as a product of the influences of society and the world upon the client. How does their school or work or church play into the client's issue. What resources can we collaborate with to help improve the problem. They are less focused on the internal struggles versus the influence of outside forces. The profession of social work, in some form or another, has existed for a very long time as well.
 
Marriage and Family Therapist is the "newest" of the trio. It is, in many ways, a hybrid of the two previous mindsets. The MFT views the problem and client holistically- we work with the internal factors like the LPC, and we understand and recognize the external forces of the social worker. We view the client not as an individual, but as a system, or family. We view that each part of a system (self, mother, father, partner, child, boss, teacher) has influence on the problem. Like a car engine, when one part of the system is malfunctioning (like the battery or suspension) the entirety of the engine suffers.
 
So, what does that all mean? Which is better? What is the best mindset?
All three modalities are valid and wonderful. the above is only on a theoretical level. Every clinician is wonderfully unique and can understand you and your issue in multiple ways. Just because a person's basic training came from one mindset, or another does not limit the clinician in any way.  Find a therapist/counselor who is right for you, the letters after the name mean little.
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of issues such as relationship difficulties, communication problems, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, and parenting challenges. I have experience working with diverse populations and welcome clients from all backgrounds.
 
I especially enjoy working with: Trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD/MST) and Dissociation (DID, OSDD-1 and 2) as well as schizo-spectrum disorders, personality disorders, OCD, ASD, and ADHD.
 
It's also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and determine if you feel comfortable working with me. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan and establish goals to guide our work together.
My therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from various evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Family Systems Theory. I also use Geek Therapy quite often as I have found it makes therapy more enjoyable. I tailor my approach to meet your unique needs and preferences, promoting healing, growth, and positive change.
We do not accept any insurances and are self-pay only.
YES!  Many insurances will allow you to submit therapy costs to them after you have paid out-of-pocket. We can provide a "super-bill" to give to them, when requested. This document is the industry standard and what insurance companies will ask for when asking for reimbursements. 
No, absolutely not!!  These are just some of the types of clients we specialize in. We provide all services to all people. You don't have to "fit" into any boxes.
YES!!!!  We believe all people should be free to be who they are. We relish working with all LGBTQIA+ peoples and can help with gender issues, identity exploration, and dysphoria. Being non-binary ourselves as well as having kids in the rainbow world, we are experienced and ready to assist you, whichever flag that you fly.
 
We are also kink, poly, sex and sex worker positive and affirming. We believe your lifestyle is your right as safety for yourself or others in not in jeopardy. 
 
We understand there are unique needs in the community, and we strive to increase and maintain our cultural competence in this area.
Although we believe that in-person therapy is the most effective, we do offer virtual sessions as well.  We understand that there are many factors to the choice to do virtual- finances, geographic distance, social anxiety.
The age of consent in SC is 16 years old. Anyone under the age 16, we require parental consent to treat. Even if you are a minor, we put the therapeutic relationship first unless safety is a concern. We establish boundaries in the first session with everyone involved. We do encourage family involvement when it is safe to do so.
Deciding if therapy is right for you or your family is a personal choice. Therapy can be beneficial if you are experiencing emotional distress, facing relationship challenges, seeking personal growth, or desiring support during difficult life transitions. It can provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and develop effective coping strategies. If you're unsure, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and goals, allowing us to determine if therapy is a good fit for you.
Yes, therapy sessions are confidential. Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy, and I am committed to maintaining your privacy and confidentiality. Our discussions and any personal information you share during sessions are legally protected. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality. I am obligated to breach confidentiality if there is an imminent risk of harm to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, or if ordered by a court of law. We will discuss the limits to confidentiality in more detail during our initial session.
I received my full LMFT licensing on June 7th, 2023. My license number is #8004.
Although very similar, there are some differences in the three main categories of counselors/therapists. We can all do very similar things and even sometimes all work in the same place.  The main differences are in the viewpoint of the clinician- or how we view the client and their problem. I will briefly explain each of their typical viewpoints (this can vary from clinician to clinician):
 
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is the more "traditional" viewpoint.  They look upon the problem (the issue which brought the client to seek help) as an internal/individual concern. They were born out of the Psychiatrist/psychotherapy profession. They typically view the "problem" or issue the client is seeking help on as an internal struggle. That focus a lot on the mechanics and chemicals in the brain and how they effect the individual.  They view the client as an individual.
 
Social Worker (LMSW) is trained to view the client as a piece of society. They look upon the problem as a product of the influences of society and the world upon the client. How does their school or work or church play into the client's issue. What resources can we collaborate with to help improve the problem. They are less focused on the internal struggles versus the influence of outside forces. The profession of social work, in some form or another, has existed for a very long time as well.
 
Marriage and Family Therapist is the "newest" of the trio. It is, in many ways, a hybrid of the two previous mindsets. The MFT views the problem and client holistically- we work with the internal factors like the LPC, and we understand and recognize the external forces of the social worker. We view the client not as an individual, but as a system, or family. We view that each part of a system (self, mother, father, partner, child, boss, teacher) has influence on the problem. Like a car engine, when one part of the system is malfunctioning (like the battery or suspension) the entirety of the engine suffers.
 
So, what does that all mean? Which is better? What is the best mindset?
All three modalities are valid and wonderful. the above is only on a theoretical level. Every clinician is wonderfully unique and can understand you and your issue in multiple ways. Just because a person's basic training came from one mindset, or another does not limit the clinician in any way.  Find a therapist/counselor who is right for you, the letters after the name mean little.
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of issues such as relationship difficulties, communication problems, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, and parenting challenges. I have experience working with diverse populations and welcome clients from all backgrounds.
 
I especially enjoy working with: Trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD/MST) and Dissociation (DID, OSDD-1 and 2) as well as schizo-spectrum disorders, personality disorders, OCD, ASD, and ADHD.
 
It's also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and determine if you feel comfortable working with me. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan and establish goals to guide our work together.
My therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from various evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Family Systems Theory. I also use Geek Therapy quite often as I have found it makes therapy more enjoyable. I tailor my approach to meet your unique needs and preferences, promoting healing, growth, and positive change.
We do not accept any insurances and are self-pay only.
YES!  Many insurances will allow you to submit therapy costs to them after you have paid out-of-pocket. We can provide a "super-bill" to give to them, when requested. This document is the industry standard and what insurance companies will ask for when asking for reimbursements. 
No, absolutely not!!  These are just some of the types of clients we specialize in. We provide all services to all people. You don't have to "fit" into any boxes.
YES!!!!  We believe all people should be free to be who they are. We relish working with all LGBTQIA+ peoples and can help with gender issues, identity exploration, and dysphoria. Being non-binary ourselves as well as having kids in the rainbow world, we are experienced and ready to assist you, whichever flag that you fly.
 
We are also kink, poly, sex and sex worker positive and affirming. We believe your lifestyle is your right as safety for yourself or others in not in jeopardy. 
 
We understand there are unique needs in the community, and we strive to increase and maintain our cultural competence in this area.
Although we believe that in-person therapy is the most effective, we do offer virtual sessions as well.  We understand that there are many factors to the choice to do virtual- finances, geographic distance, social anxiety.
The age of consent in SC is 16 years old. Anyone under the age 16, we require parental consent to treat. Even if you are a minor, we put the therapeutic relationship first unless safety is a concern. We establish boundaries in the first session with everyone involved. We do encourage family involvement when it is safe to do so.
Deciding if therapy is right for you or your family is a personal choice. Therapy can be beneficial if you are experiencing emotional distress, facing relationship challenges, seeking personal growth, or desiring support during difficult life transitions. It can provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and develop effective coping strategies. If you're unsure, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and goals, allowing us to determine if therapy is a good fit for you.
Yes, therapy sessions are confidential. Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy, and I am committed to maintaining your privacy and confidentiality. Our discussions and any personal information you share during sessions are legally protected. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality. I am obligated to breach confidentiality if there is an imminent risk of harm to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, or if ordered by a court of law. We will discuss the limits to confidentiality in more detail during our initial session.
I received my full LMFT licensing on June 7th, 2023. My license number is #8004.
Although very similar, there are some differences in the three main categories of counselors/therapists. We can all do very similar things and even sometimes all work in the same place.  The main differences are in the viewpoint of the clinician- or how we view the client and their problem. I will briefly explain each of their typical viewpoints (this can vary from clinician to clinician):
 
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is the more "traditional" viewpoint.  They look upon the problem (the issue which brought the client to seek help) as an internal/individual concern. They were born out of the Psychiatrist/psychotherapy profession. They typically view the "problem" or issue the client is seeking help on as an internal struggle. That focus a lot on the mechanics and chemicals in the brain and how they effect the individual.  They view the client as an individual.
 
Social Worker (LMSW) is trained to view the client as a piece of society. They look upon the problem as a product of the influences of society and the world upon the client. How does their school or work or church play into the client's issue. What resources can we collaborate with to help improve the problem. They are less focused on the internal struggles versus the influence of outside forces. The profession of social work, in some form or another, has existed for a very long time as well.
 
Marriage and Family Therapist is the "newest" of the trio. It is, in many ways, a hybrid of the two previous mindsets. The MFT views the problem and client holistically- we work with the internal factors like the LPC, and we understand and recognize the external forces of the social worker. We view the client not as an individual, but as a system, or family. We view that each part of a system (self, mother, father, partner, child, boss, teacher) has influence on the problem. Like a car engine, when one part of the system is malfunctioning (like the battery or suspension) the entirety of the engine suffers.
 
So, what does that all mean? Which is better? What is the best mindset?
All three modalities are valid and wonderful. the above is only on a theoretical level. Every clinician is wonderfully unique and can understand you and your issue in multiple ways. Just because a person's basic training came from one mindset, or another does not limit the clinician in any way.  Find a therapist/counselor who is right for you, the letters after the name mean little.
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of issues such as relationship difficulties, communication problems, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, and parenting challenges. I have experience working with diverse populations and welcome clients from all backgrounds.
 
I especially enjoy working with: Trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD/MST) and Dissociation (DID, OSDD-1 and 2) as well as schizo-spectrum disorders, personality disorders, OCD, ASD, and ADHD.
 
It's also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and determine if you feel comfortable working with me. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan and establish goals to guide our work together.
My therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from various evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Family Systems Theory. I also use Geek Therapy quite often as I have found it makes therapy more enjoyable. I tailor my approach to meet your unique needs and preferences, promoting healing, growth, and positive change.
We do not accept any insurances and are self-pay only.
YES!  Many insurances will allow you to submit therapy costs to them after you have paid out-of-pocket. We can provide a "super-bill" to give to them, when requested. This document is the industry standard and what insurance companies will ask for when asking for reimbursements. 
No, absolutely not!!  These are just some of the types of clients we specialize in. We provide all services to all people. You don't have to "fit" into any boxes.
YES!!!!  We believe all people should be free to be who they are. We relish working with all LGBTQIA+ peoples and can help with gender issues, identity exploration, and dysphoria. Being non-binary ourselves as well as having kids in the rainbow world, we are experienced and ready to assist you, whichever flag that you fly.
 
We are also kink, poly, sex and sex worker positive and affirming. We believe your lifestyle is your right as safety for yourself or others in not in jeopardy. 
 
We understand there are unique needs in the community, and we strive to increase and maintain our cultural competence in this area.
Although we believe that in-person therapy is the most effective, we do offer virtual sessions as well.  We understand that there are many factors to the choice to do virtual- finances, geographic distance, social anxiety.
The age of consent in SC is 16 years old. Anyone under the age 16, we require parental consent to treat. Even if you are a minor, we put the therapeutic relationship first unless safety is a concern. We establish boundaries in the first session with everyone involved. We do encourage family involvement when it is safe to do so.
Deciding if therapy is right for you or your family is a personal choice. Therapy can be beneficial if you are experiencing emotional distress, facing relationship challenges, seeking personal growth, or desiring support during difficult life transitions. It can provide a safe space to explore your thoughts, emotions, and develop effective coping strategies. If you're unsure, I offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs and goals, allowing us to determine if therapy is a good fit for you.
Yes, therapy sessions are confidential. Confidentiality is a crucial aspect of therapy, and I am committed to maintaining your privacy and confidentiality. Our discussions and any personal information you share during sessions are legally protected. However, there are some exceptions to confidentiality. I am obligated to breach confidentiality if there is an imminent risk of harm to yourself or others, suspected child or elder abuse, or if ordered by a court of law. We will discuss the limits to confidentiality in more detail during our initial session.
I received my full LMFT licensing on June 7th, 2023. My license number is #8004.
Although very similar, there are some differences in the three main categories of counselors/therapists. We can all do very similar things and even sometimes all work in the same place.  The main differences are in the viewpoint of the clinician- or how we view the client and their problem. I will briefly explain each of their typical viewpoints (this can vary from clinician to clinician):
 
Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) is the more "traditional" viewpoint.  They look upon the problem (the issue which brought the client to seek help) as an internal/individual concern. They were born out of the Psychiatrist/psychotherapy profession. They typically view the "problem" or issue the client is seeking help on as an internal struggle. That focus a lot on the mechanics and chemicals in the brain and how they effect the individual.  They view the client as an individual.
 
Social Worker (LMSW) is trained to view the client as a piece of society. They look upon the problem as a product of the influences of society and the world upon the client. How does their school or work or church play into the client's issue. What resources can we collaborate with to help improve the problem. They are less focused on the internal struggles versus the influence of outside forces. The profession of social work, in some form or another, has existed for a very long time as well.
 
Marriage and Family Therapist is the "newest" of the trio. It is, in many ways, a hybrid of the two previous mindsets. The MFT views the problem and client holistically- we work with the internal factors like the LPC, and we understand and recognize the external forces of the social worker. We view the client not as an individual, but as a system, or family. We view that each part of a system (self, mother, father, partner, child, boss, teacher) has influence on the problem. Like a car engine, when one part of the system is malfunctioning (like the battery or suspension) the entirety of the engine suffers.
 
So, what does that all mean? Which is better? What is the best mindset?
All three modalities are valid and wonderful. the above is only on a theoretical level. Every clinician is wonderfully unique and can understand you and your issue in multiple ways. Just because a person's basic training came from one mindset, or another does not limit the clinician in any way.  Find a therapist/counselor who is right for you, the letters after the name mean little.
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families dealing with a wide range of issues such as relationship difficulties, communication problems, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, self-esteem, life transitions, and parenting challenges. I have experience working with diverse populations and welcome clients from all backgrounds.
 
I especially enjoy working with: Trauma (PTSD/C-PTSD/MST) and Dissociation (DID, OSDD-1 and 2) as well as schizo-spectrum disorders, personality disorders, OCD, ASD, and ADHD.
 
It's also a chance for you to ask any questions you may have and determine if you feel comfortable working with me. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan and establish goals to guide our work together.
My therapeutic approach is integrative, drawing from various evidence-based modalities such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), and Family Systems Theory. I also use Geek Therapy quite often as I have found it makes therapy more enjoyable. I tailor my approach to meet your unique needs and preferences, promoting healing, growth, and positive change.
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