Concierge Counseling for Couples & Individuals

100% Satisfaction Guarantee

I am so confident that you'll love working with me and get more out of 1 session with me than you'd get from 3 sessions with someone else that I guarantee it!

Simply set up a session and if you're not 100% satisfied, just say "this is not for me" within the first 1/2 of our session.

I'll say, "Ok, thanks for giving me a try," and there will be no charge!

It's easy to get started... just click here to Make An Appointment.

You matter to me. I do this work because I truly care about you and your relationship.

For this reason, I have limited my private practice to a small number of clients so I can give you the exceptional, compassionate care you deserve.

Through my concierge practice, you will receive the following benefits:

  • Personalized, customized care
  • Private access via phone, e-mail and text
  • Confidential text and e-mail support between sessions
  • Coordination of care with your health team

Individual & Couples Counseling

All sessions are being done virtually by phone, Zoom, FaceTime

55 minute session | $ 350

We are accepting new clients for single-session consultations at this time. To learn more and schedule, click here.

We are not currently accepting new clients for ongoing therapy. My private practice is fully booked, with a long waitlist, so we are only offering single sessions to new clients at this time.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take insurance?

No, I do not take insurance directly, but you can submit a bill to your insurance company for reimbursement. Please click here for details on insurance.


Can I use my health savings accounts (HSA) to pay you?

Yes, you can. Please click here for details on using your HSA account.


Do you do Affair Recovery counseling?

Yes, this is my specialty! I have been counseling couples for 23 years now and the vast majority of my time is spent helping couples heal from infidelity. We can do this work with both of you in couples therapy, or individually, where I work with just one of you.


Do you do general relationship therapy and couples counseling for things other than affairs?

Yes, I do. Affair Recovery is my specialty, but I am happy to help you with other relationship challenges like problems with communication, frequent fighting, and feeling disconnected. Please feel free to send me an email if you'd like to discuss your specific situation.


What is single-session therapy?

A single session is a one-time, goal-oriented, consultation intended to help you gain clarity, a new perspective, and improve an issue quickly. You will also receive recommendations to help you manage the situation that's troubling you.


What can we expect from couples counseling?

You can expect to feel comfortable and safe within a supportive, non-judgmental environment. You will not be blamed, criticized, or "beaten up." Rather, you will be heard and respected for your thoughts and perspective. You can both expect to get feedback from me on how to improve your relationship. I typically give guidance to each of you on what you can do differently to make the relationship stronger and more positive. I will specifically coach you on:

  • how to talk to each other
  • how to fight fairly
  • how to resolve conflicts
  • how to build and increase trust
  • how to increase closeness and connection
  • how to bring love and passion back to the marriage
  • how to increase positivity
  • how to improve the quality time you spend together
  • how to prevent your relationship from getting in a bad spot
  • how to handle problem areas - like affairs, addictions, parenting issues, trust issues, and other


What specific kind of relationship therapy do you do?

Through the years, I've found that a blend of therapeutic approaches will get you the best and fastest results. My goal is always to help you strengthen your relationship and get back to a good place as fast as possible. To do this, I use a custom blend of the following techniques: Gottman Marriage Counseling Therapy, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology and Humanistic Therapy.

What happens in the first marriage counseling session?

While every couple is unique, I start with the following agenda for the first meeting with a new couple: 

(1) Quick History: I'd like to get a little history on your life together. How long have you been together? How did you meet and fall in love? What's happened since you got married? How would you describe your life together in the last couple of years?

(2) Overview of Current Problems: What's going on now? What made you decide to come in for therapy now? What is your perspective on your relationship problems? What have you tried to make things better?

(3) Therapy Wishlist:  What are you wishing for? What are you craving or longing for in this relationship?

(4) Sample Conversation Exercise: this is an exercise where I ask the two of you to talk to each other as you would at home (i.e.,pretend I am not in the room), so I can get a sense of how you communicate.

(5) Feedback and Action Plan: We will wrap up our first meeting by talking about my thoughts and observations on how to help the two of you move forward. Then we'll quickly review and come up with an action plan for the following week.


How many sessions will I need?

That is really up to you and it depends on your goals. Some couples want to come in 1-2 times for an evaluation and to get some advice on what to do to make things better. Others prefer to have a little more help and choose to come in weekly for 6-8 weeks. Some have experienced a serious issue or severe trauma and choose to invest in intensive counseling for a few months.

My goal is always to get you better as fast as possible. I encourage you to do as much work on your relationship on your own as you can; I am best used for consultation when you reach a point where you don't know what to do next or have hit a wall.


If I need relationship counseling, does it mean I'm weak or something's wrong with me? Shouldn't I be able to figure out my problems on my own?

No, not at all. The people I take care of are smart, creative, resourceful, caring people who just want to learn how to do things differently. They are CEOs, community leaders, teachers, doctors, moms, business owners, contractors, and dads. They are people like you! There is nothing wrong with them, they just want a little expert guidance.

It turns out that it is really hard to figure out how to fix your marriage when you are in the marriage. Because you are emotionally involved in the relationship, you can't see things objectively. This doesn't mean that anything is wrong with you, it just means that you are too close to the situation to see it clearly.


How do I know if I need couples counseling?

You will benefit from counseling if you're going through a relationship transition, like having a second baby, or if you've hit a bump in the road and you don't know what to do to make it better. Or you've tried some things to make it better and it isn't getting better.

Most of the couples I take care of are dealing with one or more of these common relationship problems:

  • Frequent fighting
  • Feeling unheard or misunderstood
  • Having the same fight again and again 
  • Recovering from an affair
  • Rebuilding trust after an affair
  • Understanding why an affair happened
  • Restoring intimacy and closeness after an affair
  • Increasing friendship and connection in their marriage
  • Bringing more happiness and closeness to their marriage


Is it ok for me to do the first session by myself?

Yes, of course. Some people would like to have an individual session before their first couples session. This absolutely fine. My only request is that you run this plan by your partner, so he/she feels included in your decision from the beginning.


What if my partner doesn't want to come to counseling?

This is actually very common. While I'd love to see you and your partner together, if only one of you is open to counseling right now, that is fine. I am happy to work with you individually to discuss what you can do to make your relationship stronger. There's a lot you can do to make it better on your own and often, when things start getting better, your partner will probably open up to the idea of coming in for some help too.