Frequently Asked Questions

If you have a question, but don’t see your answer below, submit an inquiry via our contact page. 

Phone: (832) 617-4840
You can also get in touch with us via our contact form by clicking here.

Our business hours are:
In-Person Sessions
Tues. & Wed.: Noon to 6 pm
Teletherapy Sessions (Virtual)
Th.: Noon – 6 pm 
Sat.: 9 am – 1 pm
CLOSED: Sun., Mon., and Fri.

This is a personal decision. You can choose to come weekly, biweekly, even monthly. Weekly visits are recommended initially to build momentum and to help facilitate some sense of stability. Factors to consider include the severity of your symptoms and difficulties, whether or not you are in the midst of a crisis, and what your level of functioning is before seeking treatment. 

No. This decision is left up to you. You can schedule whatever date and time works best for you within the disclosed business hours.

Please click here to jump over to our getting started page. Here you will find all the details you need to walk you through scheduling your first appointment.

You must schedule your first session with me directly, all subsequent sessions can be scheduled directly through our online booking system. For more details on scheduling, please click here.

Virtual visits are here to stay, and you will have the option of deciding which visit is right for you. We use Jane App, a HIPAA compliant system. Jane App also has built-in video conferencing. It is reccommended that all appointments be done over a wifi network for the best video quality results.

We ask that clients seeking in-person services, be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination in order to have in-person visits. The therapist has also been fully vaccinated including having the booster shot. In addition, every precaution is taken to sanitize the meeting space after every in-person appointment. 

Session payments are due at the beginning of every appointment. We accept Mastercard, Visa, and American Express only.

A 24 hour cancellation notice prior to your scheduled session date and time is required to avoid a late cancellation charge. 

You may cancel an appointment through the Jane app on your account page, or by phone, email, or text. A late cancellation or a no-show is billed at the total cost of the service scheduled. 

Spiritual Direction focuses on building your relationship with God, noticing God’s presence and movement in your life, and attending to those things with an active response to God. Life challenges are discussed within this three way conversation between directee, director, and the Holy Spirit. 

Therapy focuses on examining maladaptive patterns that keep you stuck in the same routine vicious cycles and ways of being; and assist in working through and resolving problematic behaviors, beliefs, feelings, relationship issues, stressors, and/or somatic responses (sensations in the body) that cause low levels of functioning.

No. These are two very different services. It’s ok, if you initiate dialogue around spirituality, but it would not be the same as the process of spiritual direction. It is not uncommon that clients bring up issues around forgiveness, grace, and mercy concerning issues of spirituality.

 If you have a life-threatening emergency you should contact 911 for the fastest response to your mental health needs. 

Yes. We have a unique billing feature that will allow you to load money into our system, as a virtual gift card, on behalf of whomever you’d like to gift services to. Please contact our office for more details.