Research shows that stretching, sensing and sighing help release tension in your body, soothing the nervous system and helping you to feel better.
Feeling more connected to and grounded in your body helps during moments of stress and uncertainty.
A person’s mind, body, emotions, and spirit are meant to interweave with each other for flexibility and strength, calmness and confidence. When challenged by difficulty, discomfort, and disease, these integral parts of a person can become disengaged.
Listening to and learning from the body leads to living more fully in your body, and therefore in your whole self.
Somatic Psychotherapy is a holistic form of counseling that is rooted in the relationship between the mind, body, mind, emotion, and spirit. It can offer relief from stress, depression, anxiety, illness, trauma, and relationship conflicts.
- Reduces pain, discomfort and dis-ease in the body
- Transforms negative emotional experiences
- Creates a greater sense of Self
- Builds resilience
How it works:
Sessions are usually 50 to 60 minutes, but can be extended. The recommended number of sessions may vary.
Customize a plan
Leave with a feeling of hope
What to expect:
Somatic Psychotherapy is a holistic form of counseling that is rooted in the relationship between the mind, body and soul. It can offer relief from stress, depression, anxiety, illness, trauma, and relationship conflicts.
Clinical Hypnosis uses naturally occurring trance states for relief from discomfort and distress in the mind and body. This state of relaxed and focused attention can offer relief from pain, anxiety and unwanted habits.
- Calms the nervous system
- Improves sleep
- Eases irritable bowel syndrome
- Helps manage pain
- Supports smoking cessation
How it works:
Check in and prepare
Get comfortable, relax and settle in to the trance state (hypnosis)
Comfortably ease back into consciousness with less tension and greater calm
What to expect:
Clinical Hypnosis uses naturally occurring trance states for relief from discomfort and distress in the mind and body. It will provide you with deep relaxation that can be carried with you into waking consciousness.
To reap the benefits it offers, feeling well informed in the initial session allows you to start hypnosis comfortably in the second one.
Frequently Asked Questions
My fee for an initial psychotherapy session is $160.
Ongoing sessions are $160/hour (with a sliding fee scale of $140 to $100), or $140/50 minutes (with a sliding fee scale of $120 to $100). Session length is based on clinical need.
Are you feeling like this could be a good match? Let’s take a look then at the practical side of payment – either through insurance (both in-network and out-of-network) or through paying out-of-pocket.
I am a preferred provider for Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, First Choice Health/Kaiser, and
Premera Blue Cross. You may have a deductible and/or co-pay under this option.
If you don’t see your insurance plan listed, you can still use insurance if you have an out-of-network benefit. This option can be quite affordable, and I can provide you with a receipt that you can send to your insurance company for reimbursement.
When you pay out-of-pocket, or “self-pay”, you gain the benefit of maintaining your privacy, as I don’t then have to disclose a diagnosis to your insurance company. You also can receive treatment that your insurance plan may not cover.
Please SUBMIT this form during the first session, via my virtual platform. DO NOT email it to me. This helps keep secure your private and confidential health care information.
I offer Online Therapy Services in Washington State. My office is on Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, and my mailing address is: 2212 Queen Anne Ave. North, #834 Seattle, WA 98109