Therapy is a confidential space where individuals have the opportunity to speak with a licensed professional about personal experiences, feelings, and thoughts, free of judgment.

Therapy can assist individuals with gaining insight and awareness into past experiences, current challenges, and barriers, as well as developing new coping skills.

Types of Therapy

Individual, Couples, and Family

Please refer to each clinician’s experience, as not all clinicians provide every type of therapy.

Getting Started

Screening & Consultation: each incoming referral will be screened by our awesome office manager, Rebecca. Thereafter, Rebecca will schedule you for your complimentary 15-minute consultation via telephone.

The purpose of the consultation is for you and your therapist to learn a little bit about each other, make sure it is a good fit, and answer applicable questions. If both the patient and the clinician agree to move forward, you will be scheduled for an intake.

Assessment/Intake Session (45-60 miniutes): one of our clinicians will conduct a complete mental health assessment. This information helps to inform treatment, so that we can best support you in the in the therapeutic setting.

Typically, the formal assessment takes 1-3 appointments to complete, but you are only ever charged the assessment fee one time. After the one-time assessment charge, the fee drops to the standard therapy rate.

Subsequent Therapy Sessions (45-50 minutes): After the intake is completed, you will work on building rapport with your clinician and targeting your specific treatment goals.

Therapy Fees

  • Licensed Clinician Fees
    Assessment/Intake Session (45-60 minutes): $250
    Standard/Subsequent Sessions (45-50 minutes): $200
  • Associate Clinician Fees
    Assessment/Intake Session (45-60 minutes): $200
    Subsequent Sessions (45-50 minutes): $150

What’s the difference between a licensed and associate clinician?

Licensed clinicians have completed an undergraduate degree, graduate degree, clinical internship, and thousands of post-graduate clinical training hours (2-6 years), under the direct supervision of a licensed mental health clinician. They have passed 2 state licensing exams allowing them to practice independently, and they obtain required continuing education units on a biannual basis, to maintain licensure.

Associate clinicians have completed an undergraduate degree, graduate degree, clinical internship, and are in the process of completing thousands of clinical training hours (2-6 years) under the direct supervision of a licensed mental health clinician and qualified clinical supervisor, as they prepare for licensure. Some associates have already passed their first licensing exam, and will become eligible to test for the CCE (California Clinical Exam) upon earning all of their hours.

Our Specialties

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Neurodiversity
  • ADHD
  • Trauma
  • Grief/Bereavement
  • Spousal loss
  • Familial loss
  • Perinatal and Reproductive Mental Health
  • Paternal Mental Health
  • Pregnancy, Postpartum, PMADs
  • High-Risk Pregnancies
  • Birth Trauma
  • Pregnancy/Infant Loss, Miscarriage, Stillbirth, TFMR, Recurrent Loss, Child Loss
  • TTC after loss, PAL (pregnancy after loss)
  • NICU Families
  • Infertility (primary and secondary)
  • Pregnancy after infertility
  • Surrogacy
  • Donor Conception
  • Pro-Choice support for reproductive health
  • Women’s Health
  • Women’s health throughout the lifespan
  • Men’s Health
  • Adoption
  • Parenting
  • Co-Parenting
  • Grief
  • Life Transitions
  • Educational/Occupational
  • Healthcare Workers
  • High-Achievers
  • Professionals
  • Relational Conflict
  • Communication
  • Boundaries
  • Coping Skills
  • HSPs (highly sensitive persons)
  • LGBTQ+ Affirmative
  • Children/Adolescents
  • Couples
  • Infidelity
  • Intimacy
  • Sexual/Romantic Intimacy
  • Discernment Counseling
  • Families
  • Cancer and Chronic Illness
  • Medical Trauma
  • Self-Esteem
  • Family Conflict
  • Caregivers
  • Immigrants and Refugees
  • Race, Culture, Ethnicity, Religion, and Spirituality
  • Sports Performance Psychology
  • Dysregulation
  • Childhood Trauma/Experiences
  • Anger
  • Negative Thoughts