I know that it can be very anxiety provoking to come to a therapist’s office for the first time! Sometimes, that even stops people from coming in at all- and what a shame that is. From this page, I hope you can get a feel for the building, how to find my office, and get a sense of what it would be like to come in.
I set out to create an inviting and relaxing space for clients to come and disconnect from their outside worlds so that they can truly invest in this time for themselves. In true Woodlands style, I love feeling like I’m up in the trees while we engage in therapy. I find that it provides a subtle sense of privacy and safety that seems calming to both me and the clients who visit the space.
For more about the location of my office in The Woodlands, TX, you can access directions here.
I am set up to provide services in person within socially distant COVID-19 guidelines, or via tele-health. I practice office safety by spreading out in-office visits so no two clients are back-to-back, regularly sanitizing the entire space, limited physical contact, and physical distancing per CDC recommendations.
full handicap accessibility meeting ADA guidelines.
free WiFi while you wait (password is 4554#cusPide2017).
complimentary coffee, tea, and water, and vending machines for other snacks.
several lounge areas where no one will disturb you.
a conference space, should we need it.
a comfortable space for us to do wonderful therapy work.
Take a look at this video of how you can access my specific office from within the building. I really hope this helps reduce the anxiety of coming in for that first visit.
I have an office in The Woodlands, Texas where I provide in-person care. I am also able to provide psychotherapy via tele-health in the following states, via PSYPACT jurisdiction: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, and Virginia (approved state list updated as of Jan 2021).