Due to COVID-19, our office is currently only providing telehealth services. Please reach out to start services at email Jennifer.email@example.com
Child and Adolescent Therapy
I work with children and youth (aged 2 to 18) with behavioral issues, depression, trauma, attachment issues, and anxiety. I work with chronic trauma and neglect, with children in foster care, adoption, reunification services, and attachment disorder such as reactive attachment disorder.
I provide therapy services to help families work through relational distress and conflict. Family therapy can be in addition to individual services that are provided elsewhere. Family therapy targets the negative interactions between family members to create positive connections. Family therapy can help repattern attachment issues/insecurities.
I help couples improve trust, communication, security, and emotional safety in ways that are collaborative rather than confrontational. My approach is rooted in attachment theory but my goal is to provide an environment where couples can discuss and resolve their issues with empathy and understanding.
lgbt + therapy
I teach LGBT+ individuals and their families how to connect after coming out. In cases where religion is a main concern (as is often the case), I look to balance a family’s belief systems with the LGBT+ individual’s well-being.
I ONLY provide telehealth services.
I have a certificate in Technology Assited Services. I do provide play therapy via telehealth with effective treatment.
Intake fee ranges from 100-150.00.
Standard sessions range from 50-100 depending on the service.
I do bill insurance in KY Wellcare Medicaid, Anthem Medicaid, Passport Medicaid, and Aetna Better Health of Ky Medicaid. We are In-Network with Optum/United Health Care. To determine eligibility it is up to you to contact your insurance company and have resolved before coming into the office. Billing insurance and reimbursement is contingent on medical necessity.
Therapy is an investment in the self and for those that put a priority on their well being. Your mental health matters!
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