How do I book a session?
You can call or text the number provided on the website (512-851-0950) or send me an email (email@example.com) for a free phone consultation.
Do you offer in-person therapy? Are you vaccinated?
I offer in-person therapy. I am vaccinated and am willing to share my card with clients if it would aid their treatment. I am also able to see clients in person without a mask as I operate under the assumption that if the client does not wear a mask, they are vaccinated.
Do you offer teletherapy?
Yes, I offer teletherapy from a HIPAA approved provider.
Do you offer sliding scale therapy?
I have a select number of sliding scale slots, but would be happy to talk with you regarding your needs during a phone consultation.
If you are not available would you be willing to help me find someone who can help me?
Part of my service as a therapist is to regard all human beings as if they are my client. Even if I am booked or unavailable, I’ll gladly help steer you in the right direction to be seen by another clinician who can help you.
Do you offer speaking engagements?
I offer speaking engagements pro bono as a service to the community. If this is something that interests you, you can call or text the number provided on the website (512-851-0950) or send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a free phone consultation.
How do I know when therapy is finished?
I’ll give the therapist answer on this one: it depends. Some clients view therapy as akin to working out. It is something they do every week and will continue to do every week because it makes them feel happier. Other clients have objectives in mind at the beginning of therapy and move on once they achieve said objectives.
What if I have other questions?
Feel free to call or text the number provided on the website (512-851-0950) or send me an email (email@example.com) and I’ll answer any questions I can.
Do you take insurance?
I am not an in-network insurance provider. I can, however, provide you with paperwork following the session that can be used by you to possibly get reimbursed by your insurance company.