This website, our blog, Instagram and FaceBook page are the opinion of an individual and is not to be construed as professional advice or a professional relationship between the reader and the writer. We do not provide therapy services via phone or e-mail. Please note if you are posting comments under your name, or posting online your information is not private and we can not maintain confidentiality. It is at your own risk. If you are seeking mental health advice contact a therapist in your area. If you are experiencing an emergency, head to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

Blog and Social Media Posts: 

Please remember the information on our blog and social media intends to provide educational information only and is not to be relied upon as a source of advice. Please do not rely upon material for mental health advice, this site intends to aid only in understanding the psychology or mental health process. While every effort is made to ensure that the information is correct and accurate, please understand that new research is made available everyday and can change at anytime rendering any of the information as provided obsolete. Please do not make any mental health decision without first consulting a licensed mental health professional.

Cancelation Policy: 

We have a 24 hour cancelation policy. If you need to cancel your appointment please call or e-mail us with at least 24 hours, if not we do charge the entire session fee. We try and contact you the day before, plus two days before your appointment. If we do not hear back, we do assume that you are keeping your appointment. If you do cancel or miss two appointments consecutively, we will not be able to schedule any additional appointments due to the inability to commit to therapy. Before you call and schedule an appointment, we do ask that you make therapy a commitment. 


Your payment for your session is due during your session. Per our contract if your payment is over 15 days past due we reserve the right to send your information to a collection agency. 

Emergency Situations: 

If you or someone you know has had thoughts about suicide, is talking about sucide please call 211 or 911. If someone you know has homicidal thoughts or is talking about killing someone please call 911. 


As a therapist, we are mandated abuse reporters, if you or a loved one do talk about abuse concerns (even if it is not about you) we are mandated by law to report the incident. Confidentiality in therapy sessions is a must, however, by law we do have to report sucidie, homicide and abuse to either DCF or law enforcement. If you want to know what your child, teen or young adult is discussing in therapy, you must have this discussion with them. If they wish to invite you into their therapy session that is completely up to them.