Frequently Asked Questions


Where is your practice located?
Wherever you are! My practice is primarily conducted virtually. I do this for a few reasons. First, it’s accessible. You don’t have to drive anywhere, sit in traffic, or wait in a waiting room. When help is easier to access, people are more likely to get the care they need. Second, it’s effective. Research suggests that tele-therapy works as well as in-person therapy and executive coaching.
What are your practice hours?
Your schedule is demanding. I get it. I try my best to flex to your availability. Typically, I have appointment availability Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. PT and 4 p.m. PT. I do offer some evenings and weekend times.
How long are sessions?
It depends on what we’re working on! My practice methods are tailored to your needs. However, therapy and executive coaching sessions are approximately 55 minutes long. Assessment sessions for initial interviews and results feedback are usually 75 to 90 minutes long.
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?
The easiest way to schedule an appointment is through the form at the bottom of this page. You can find a time that works best for you and schedule an initial consultation or book subsequent sessions. If you’re interested in an assessment for ADHD or an executive assessment, book an initial consultation, and we can schedule together during our call.
Can appointments be rescheduled or canceled? What is your cancellation policy?
I understand that shifting schedules and appointments can absolutely be canceled or changed. I do, however, have a 48-hour cancellation policy. The time reserved is specifically for you, and time is spent preparing for our work together. If appointments are canceled within that 48-hour window or no-showed, they are subject to a charge.
What’s the best way to contact you?

The best and easiest way to contact me directly is via email at

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

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?
I have been working directly with clients since 2010.
What are your strengths as a psychologist and executive coach?
As a provider with a rare dual specialization in clinical psychology and neuropsychology, I provide effective, evidence-based treatments that are science-backed and proven to help clients achieve their desired results and maintain their gains. I firmly believe it’s my job to work myself out of one, so sessions are tailored to you and focused on your desired outcomes. I also have a breadth of experience with several evidence-based approaches. This allows me to custom-create an evidence-backed plan that’s designed for you.
How long do you typically work with clients?
This varies widely depending on what we’re working on. I have no minimum number of sessions and no maximum number of sessions. We will create a custom plan to fit your needs.
What if I need to see you the very same day? Do you take last-minute sessions?
If my schedule allows, I will find time for you if something arises and you need immediate support. I cannot guarantee that I will have time available.
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.