Finding the right therapist can be a vulnerable process, even anxiety-inducing.
There’s no greater sign of self-care than investing in your mental health. If you’re currently experiencing psychological distress in one form or another, or you’re just wanting to check in, the first step in the process is to reach out to schedule an initial consultation.

There are no immediate commitments when scheduling your initial consultation. This is a time for us to explore if I am a good fit for your needs. Studies have shown that the right therapeutic relationship is essential to clinical success.
So what do you do next?
1. contact me
You can reach out via email or call me at 916.996.5424.
2. ASK QUEStions
Ask me any questions, to see if we are a good fit. We can find a mutually agreeable first appointment time.
3. paperwork
I will send you some paperwork to review and sign electronically prior to your first appointment.
Where will we meet?
I practice at Vantage Point Psychotherapy located at 425 University Ave Suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95825. I currently have appointments available on Saturdays. Would you prefer to meet in the comfort of your own space? You can utilize telehealth to talk to me using a HIPAA-compliant video chat platform that is available weekday evenings or on Saturdays.
Cancellation Policies
Clients can cancel or reschedule an appointment at any time via email, or by phone. If you cancel/no-show for an appointment without providing 24-hour’s notice you will be charged the full fee of your visit.
Pricing and Schedule
I am currently accepting private pay only; I am not taking insurance at this time. Methods of payment include credit card, cash or check. Sliding scale fee is available for those who are in need.
About Telehealth
Telehealth (sometimes referred to as Telepsychology or tele-mental health services) is an emerging modality of mental health services where the client can be in the comfort of their own space while talking to a therapist using a HIPAA-compliant video chat platform. Sometimes there are situations or clients that do not lend themselves to this type of service, and we can explore further if Telehealth is a good option for you. I am available to provide Telehealth therapy for anyone inside the state of California. This option makes mental health services more accessible for people in rural areas, people with disabilities, people with child care needs and those with busy schedules.
“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”
James Baldwin
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Licensed Clinical Psychologist #29917 and Licensed Clinical Social Worker #26862, specializing in Gender-Affirmative-Therapy and Suicide Prevention. 

Member of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
425 University Ave Suite 100 Sacramento, CA 95825
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