Executive Offices Building (rear entrance)
6 Way Road
Middlefield CT 06455
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
Generally 9-5; other appointments may be available
A standard session is 45 minutes at my office.
Therapy is a little like the game of chess where you need to maintain a certain “tempo.” What this means is that being in therapy requires regular attendance, and if you have too much time between sessions you won’t be able to make the kind of progress you could make if you came weekly. At times I have seen people on a 3 weeks on, 2 weeks off schedule rather than every other week because it preserves tempo better. However, the standard once a week session really does work the best.
It seems like a lot of people wonder about this! It’s hard to know before you start. I try to move as quickly as possible in therapy, balancing the importance of being effective with the importance of being efficient. After we’ve met for a few times I’ll have a much better idea of how long you can expect therapy to take.
My office accepts checks, cash, credit cards (Mastercard, Visa, American Express & Discover), and PayPal. Payment is expected at the time of service.
I do not participate with any insurance companies and I do not expect that this will change. I encourage you to check with your insurance company to see how much they will reimburse you for out-of-network therapy.
How Much Does Therapy Cost?
At present, a 45-minute session is $175. At times, some feel they prefer a 60-minute session for $200.
Do You Only See Adults?
I very much enjoy seeing adults as well as adolescents and have experienced great success with both.
What About Couples?
Some of my treasured background is in providing therapy with a family / couples / systems approach. I love helping couples strengthen their relationship and learn how to better support each other, understand each other and love each other.
Do You Recommend Any Personality Tests?
I frequently use the Personality Research Form (PRF) in my practice in order to help people better understand what motivates them. I find it particularly helpful for couples to take the PRF so that they can best understand each other. Often each person in the relationship feels as if he or she is trying as hard as possible and the other just doesn’t see it. The PRF can provide a wonderful way of seeing what’s really going on.