Insurance: I currently take OHP (JCC), Moda, and First Choice.

Initial Consultation

15 minutes  -  Free

This is our time to talk briefly prior to scheduling your first session, to determine if we would be a good fit.  We can discuss some of your reasons for seeking counseling, your goals, what you are looking for in a counselor, etc., and I can describe how counseling may look for different cases.  I allot 15 minutes for a phone consultation.

Individual Counseling

60 minutes - Regular fee $90

Sliding scale available

I will collaborate with you (and your family if appropriate) to determine a therapeutic plan that will best meet your goals.  

*A minimal extra fee will be charged for postpartum home-visits depending on distance traveled in the Rogue Valley.

Family Counseling

60 minutes  - $100

 90 minutes  - $140

I have found that when working with new parents and with youth, highly beneficial outcomes can occur when the family is involved in the therapeutic process.   

Group Counseling

90 minutes  -  $20 per person

Depending on my clients needs and desires, and how many clients are interested in groups, I facilitate groups for new mothers, fathers,  and for adolescents (upon request) addressing topics such as:​

  • ​Self-esteem/Confidence

  • Self-care essentials

  • Identity Development/Life Transitions

  • Creative expression

  • Anxiety/Stress Management/Coping Skills

  • Body Image

  • Healthy Relationships/Communication

Current groups:

Mothers' Groups:

A sacred circle for tired mamas of little people!

Mondays 12-2 

NEw Parent Wellness Classes

I facilitate prenatal and postpartum wellness classes at local clinics.  This is a powerful community-building and prevention tool that can reduce the frequency and severity of postpartum depression (and other perinatal challenges).  Please contact me with any questions, and if interested in implementing this program!

Upcoming classes open to the public:

Postpartum Wellness 1: For pregnant women and their partners.  Explores the powerful transition into parenthood, information about common perinatal emotional/mental health challenges, and how to prepare and seek support for optimal postpartum wellness. 

Date/Time TBA

Postpartum Wellness 2: Focuses on self-care strategies, communication skills to increase connection with your partner, and important postpartum planning.

Date/Time TBA

$20 per class


I am also empassioned to create an environment where women get the chance to dive deep and build a relationship between their waking selves and the creative juice they hold deep within.  We hold workshops to take this inner journey together.  I call this work:


Latest Workshop:

MOTHERING OURSELVES HOME: A Nourishing Postpartum Workshop

Sunday Oct. 21st, 10:00am-4:00pm, $80

  • Fees: I charge on a sliding scale to ensure accessibility. Fees due at the time of service.  I accept cash, checks, and most major credit and debit cards.  I also accept OHP (Jackson Care Connect) and First Choice Health Network.

  • Cancellations: Sessions are scheduled by appointment and are usually 60 minutes in length.  This time is reserved for you.  If you need to cancel your appointment, a 24-hour notice is required.  You will be charged for your appointment if you fail to provide 24-hour advance notice of cancellation.  Please call immediately if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.  You can leave a message 24 hours a day.  The phone number is: (503) 926-2218.


  • Emergencies: In case of an emergency, related to your treatment with me, please call me at (541) 708-3566.  If you are unable to reach me in an emergency, please call the Helpline at (541) 779-4357, or the Jackson County Mental Health Crisis Line at (541) 774-8201, or you can call 911.

  • Note: As a client of an Oregon Board Registered Intern you have the following rights:

    • To expect that a registered intern has met the minimal qualification of training and experience required by state law;

    • To examine public records maintained by the Board to have the Board confirm credentials of registered intern;

    • To obtain a copy of the Code of Ethics;

    • To report complaints to the Board;

    • To be informed of the cost of professional services before receiving the services;

    • To be assured of privacy and confidentiality while receiving services as defined by rule and law, including the following exceptions: 1) Reporting suspected child abuse; 2) Reporting imminent danger to client or others; 3) Reporting information required in court proceedings or by client’s insurance company, or other relevant agencies; 4) Providing information concerning registered intern case consultation or supervision; and 5) Defending claims brought by client against registered intern;

    • To be free from discrimination due to age, color, culture, disability, ethnicity, national origin, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, or socioeconomic status.

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