Click here for appointment! Once you have a sign-on username and password, you can both pre-register and complete intake form. Of course, you can also schedule and modify appointments.
When Making an Appointment
- You can register online by clicking on the link (see below for full address if link didn't work for you).
- If you'd prefer not to register online, request the "welcome packet" of initial forms via email so you can complete them in the convenience of your home and at your own schedule (see link above) You do not have to complete the hard copy forms if you complete the online versions.
- If you register online, remember to note your password and sign-on information (which the appointment scheduler or the executive assistant will give you); you'll need it for future appointments
- A complementary session is available for those new to coaching to see if this is a good fit for your goals
- Coaching is provided on a monthly fee basis
- Coaching includes face to face meetings, assignments, and email communication, all focused on achieving your goals
Questions? Email: [email protected]
These three forms are needed to begin therapy (let me know if you have trouble printing these out so we can provide you with hard copies). If needed, you can come 45 minutes early to your first appointment and complete them in hard copy versions.
- Patient Registration Form*
- Patient Biographical Information Form*
- Informed Consent*
- Gambling Problem Screening Form
*These forms can be completed online if desired.
If you would like me to coordinate care with another provider (for example, your psychiatrist, primary care physician, etc.), complete this form to authorize release of psychotherapy information:
Authorization to Disclose Information Form
Note: To download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free, click here .
What to Expect
Therapy is about creating a safe and growth-producing environment for you to accomplish your goals. I specialize in working with adults on transition and relationship issues and with families on understanding and maximizing the benefit of interpersonal differences. I also work with therapists and others on achieving professional and personal goals as well as on the development of mission statements for individuals and teams.
In therapy you can expect intensive listening, reflection of feelings and help in identifying themes, support in developing new strategies, and the use of tools (including assessments and homework) to rapidly support your growth toward your goals. Therapy also can include confrontation about dysfunctional thought patterns or unwillingness to deal with one's reality but such confrontation always takes place in a strengths-based manner. It is my belief that one grows and learns best based on a foundation of strengths and honest affirmation.