HOW TO RESERVE AN INITIAL SESSION – AN INTAKE?
You can contact me via the Contact page directly.
I DON’T HAVE SKYPE, WHAT SHOULD I DO?
You can install Skype for free on your computer, tablet or phone here: http://www.skype.com/en/download-skype
Your PC or device needs to have speakers or you can use headphones during the session.
WHAT IF I DON’T KNOW WHAT MY GOALS ARE FOR THERAPY OR COACHING?
If you aren’t sure what your goals are for therapy or for coaching, I will figure that out during the initial session.
Additionally, during the course of therapy, your goals may change. Not to know the exact goals is completely fine. We will work on it!
HOW LONG DOES A COUNSELING SESSION LAST?
Each session will usually last 50 minutes. However this can be flexible and should be discussed in the first intake session.
HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED?
This depends on the individual. It can range from a few meetings to a year. We can discuss this topic during our initial intake session.
DOES MY INSURANCE COVER ANY OF THE COSTS?
At this moment, our therapy and coaching is not covered by insurance.
HOW DO I PAY?
You pay after the session by a bank transfer, for details, see the Price page by clicking here.
I offer confidentiality to our clients. These are private conversations. You are agreeing with the therapist that the sessions cannot be recorded in audio or video. I respect that on their side too.
Only a clear likelihood of imminent bodily harm to the client or other people would justify revealing a client’s identity or situation to relevant legal authorities.
CAN WE MEET IN PERSON?
Yes, it is possible to meet in person. Please contact me and discuss the options.
HOW DO I ASSURE QUALITY?
I regularly meet with another professional to discuss casework and other professional issues in a structured way. The purpose is to assist the therapist throughout the coaching progress in expertise, as well as to ensure good service to the client or patient. Learning shall be applied to planning work as well as to diagnostic work and therapeutic work.
While session material may be discussed in the context of professional consultation, supervision, or education, the client’s identity will never be revealed or derivable from the information discussed, either during or following the counseling relationship.