Is there a specific client age or type that you work primarily with?
I do work primarily with teenagers, young adults (especially those in transition in or out of high school or college), and adult women.
Does Foothills Vista offer substance abuse, anger management, offense-specific, or domestic abuse specific treatments?
I do not offer these specific types of treatment but am happy to refer to providers that do.
Do you offer diagnostic evaluations and mental health assessments for court?
Yes I do. I have several years of experience in providing these types of assessments and can conduct the evaluation as well as write up the report to submit to your probation officer, caseworker, GAL, etc. Please ask me for more information if you are interested in this.
Do you do any type of psychological testing?
Yes, I do offer a couple of tests that can be administered on their own or as part of our work together. Ask me if you’d like to learn more about testing.
Can I use my insurance to pay for therapy?
It depends. I am currently in-network with Humana and Kaiser Permanente of Colorado. For any other insurer, I will happily provide receipts and insurance claims for you to be reimbursed. Please check with your insurance to make sure you have out-of-network benefits.
Can I have a free consultation?
Absolutely! I offer a free 15-minute consultation over the phone so that you are able to decide if I will be a good fit for you/your family. If you are looking for a therapist, I would encourage you to reach out to more than one for a consultation.
What does therapy in Denver generally cost?
Rates for individual 45-60 minute counseling sessions in Denver typically range from $125 to $250.
Can I use my Health Savings Account (HSA) to pay for therapy at Foothills Vista?
Yes, you can use your HSA. An HSA is a special tax-free account that can be used to pay for medical or health services. Usually you will have a debit card linked that this account, and I will gladly accept an HSA card.
Do you offer evening and/or weekend appointments?
Yes, I offer both evening and weekend appoints to better accommodate school and work schedules. Please contact me to determine which days and times are available.
Why are you still only seeing clients via telehealth when so many other providers are seeing clients in person again?
I made the decision to continue seeing clients virtually for two main reasons. First, telehealth makes the motherhood/career balance a little easier for me, and second, I’ve found that telehealth has significantly improved people’s access to therapy. I intend to return to regularly seeing clients in person but do not yet have a timeline for that.