Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can I request a new appointment?

You can request a new appointment here. Or, feel free to contact us online or call us at 201-535-0185.

2. How much does therapy cost?

Please call us at 201-535-0185 or contact our billing team for more information at

3. What type of insurance do you accept?

We accept various kinds of insurance. Please visit the rates and insurance page for more info about the types of insurance we accept.

4. What can I expect to get out of therapy?

Depending on the reasons you are seeking out therapy, what you can expect to get out of therapy differs. Generally, my clients are seeking clarity around a certain issue, want to break the cycle of bad habits, or need advice and counsel about a current life situation. Whatever is going on for you, hopefully therapy will make it easier by providing clarity, relief, condence, or whatever you feel you need at this time.

5. What types of therapy do you offer?

Counseling Services

  • Perinatal Mental Health Disorders
  • Birth Trauma
  • NICU
  • Termination for Medical Reasons
  • Abortion
  • Grief and Loss
  • Infertility and Third-Party Reproduction
  • Counseling for Partners and Couples

6. How long does it take to feel better?

This varies from person to person. Some people feel a sense of relief after the first session, while for others it may take multiple sessions to start feeling a shift.

7. How can I know if we are good match?

This is a great question… it’s important to feel comfortable and safe with your therapist. The best way to know if we are a match is by doing a free consultation so we can speak and get a feel for each other. Usually we can determine if we’d be a good match after one conversation. Please feel free to book an appointment by contacting us online or calling 201-535-0185.

8. How do I know if I need reproductive mental health therapy?

Considering all the changes during pregnancy, it is normal to feel scared and tired. However, it is a good idea to contact a prenatal therapist when exhaustion, anxiety, or depression becomes excessive. In addition, a reproductive mental health therapist can help you with infertility. Thereby talking to a psychotherapist can help you feel validated and less alone. 

Contact us today to book an appointment