Frequently Asked Questions

Some common things that my Clients want to know


You probably have insurance to cover mental health expenses. This is an excellent benefit for many people. However, the most fundamental aspect of mental health treatment is confidentiality, and using insurance does not afford you that privilege.

Insurance companies have a standard of care to ensure adherence to their evidence-based philosophy. Some insurance companies do not recognize energy psychology as an approved evidence-based treatment despite a wealth of research that proves otherwise.  Therefore if you choose to use insurance, you must follow the guidelines they set. Whether or not it is good to pay for therapy with insurance depends on your specific situation and the type of insurance you have.

Here are some factors to consider:

Pros of paying for therapy with insurance:

Lower cost: If your insurance plan covers therapy, you may be able to pay a lower out-of-pocket cost than if you were paying for therapy out of pocket.

Access to a broader range of therapists: Insurance plans typically have a network of in-network providers, which may give you more options.

Regular appointments: Insurance plans often limit the number of sessions per year that are covered, which may encourage you to schedule regular appointments and work on your issues consistently.

Cons of paying for therapy with insurance:

Limited options: Your insurance plan may only cover therapy with certain providers, which may limit your options and prevent you from working with the therapist of your choice.

Lack of privacy:
If you use insurance to pay for therapy, your insurance company may access your therapy records, which could impact your future insurance coverage or job opportunities. Insurance companies have a right to access and review your records.

Diagnostic requirements: Insurance plans often require a mental health diagnosis in order to cover therapy, which can be stigmatizing and may impact your future access to insurance or job opportunities.

All this said, I do accept United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna, and Oxford. This may impact your ability to do certain kinds of EP because these companies do not recognize them.

Confidentiality- Therapy is confidential, with a few exceptions. If you are a danger to yourself or others, I am required to help you get into a higher level of care for your safety. We will discuss this ahead of time if it comes up.

The best way to ensure your therapy is 100% confidential is to pay for it privately.

What can I expect from our first meeting?

In our first meeting, we’ll discuss your history, background, and goals.

It’s a good idea to prepare a 2-3 page autobiography of yourself in advance. You may also want to watch my videos to learn muscle testing before your first session. This will teach you a valuable skill that we will use and one that sets my work apart from other types of therapy you have done in the past. [Link here]

How long are the sessions?

Sessions are conducted in 30, 45, and 90 min time blocks.

30 minutes $75:  good for coaching calls, and catching up.

45 minutes $150: Standard therapy session

90 minutes $270:  clear trauma patterns or larger pieces of therapeutic work.   Some patterns are quite large and may require several sessions to clear. In this case, spacing sessions two weeks apart can allow you to process and integrate transformed energy.

90 minute group session $75  heal in a community of like-minded women.  Current offerings include “From Scarcity to Serenity”,  “Winning at Weigh Loss”, “Emotional Alchemy 101” and “Next Level Gen X Women”.  More details here.

How long will it take to see results?

Most clients find they begin to feel better quickly and can begin the process of deep emotional and spiritual healing in 6 months to a year.  The homework you do outside of scheduled sessions will improve your results and add to the value you receive.


I require 48 hours’ notice for cancellations. I understand things come up at the last minute and I do my best to help you reschedule in an emergency, but you are responsible for your entire session fee.

You are committing yourself to show up and do the work. The quality of your results will depend on your commitment to therapy sessions and homework. We are entering a therapeutic relationship that requires healthy boundaries, trust, and communication.  I want to see you succeed, and regular attendance is necessary for that to happen.