Where is your practice located?
What are your practice hours?
How long are sessions?
Do you accept insurance?
I’m not an in-network provider with insurance companies, which means you would pay the session fee at the time of the appointment and later seek reimbursement from your insurance provider. There are several reasons for this, which I am happy to discuss with you during your consultation call. I will provide you with all the necessary documentation to seek reimbursement and support you in seeking reimbursement from your insurance.
How do I schedule an appointment with you?
Can appointments be rescheduled or canceled? What is your cancellation policy?
What’s the best way to contact you?
The best and easiest way to contact me directly is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where are you licensed to practice?
I hold eight individual state psychology licenses in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon (coming soon), Virginia, and Wisconsin. I also possess a license to practice telepsychology in 39 states nationwide. To see a list of participating PSYPACT states, please visit https://psypact.org/mpage/psypactmap.
What’s your educational background?
I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of Miami. I am also a Certified Professional Coach by the College for Executive Coaching. Lastly, I am fellowship-trained in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology.
How long have you been in practice?
What are your strengths as a psychologist and executive coach?
How long do you typically work with clients?
What if I need to see you the very same day? Do you take last-minute sessions?
Do you like what you do?
I adore what I do. It’s been my career dream since I was 15, and I feel incredibly honored to work with every one of my clients. It’s the thing I lose track of time doing and the topic I always want to read about. I’m deeply infatuated with the brain, how it works with our bodies, and how we can leverage science to help us feel and be our best.