Scheduling and Inquiries

/Scheduling and Inquiries
Scheduling and Inquiries 2019-11-19T21:35:53+00:00

CONTACT FORM

NOTE: No immediate sessions available. WAIT LIST ONLY.

Some slots reserved for couples, so shorter waits.

Remote sessions (phone or video) are not offered.  See details below.

If you'd prefer to be contacted by phone, please enter your number here. For confidentiality, if someone else answers or the name on the voicemail does not match, I will not leave a message.
This might be feedback or questions about my practice or scheduling options. If you have a particular insurance provider, please indicate here. For insurance information, click here.

I generally respond to emails within one business day. If you send a message now, you may expect a response by 7pm on the next business day.
Please be aware: this is not encrypted email. If confidentiality is a concern, please limit your message to scheduling information only.  If you would prefer to speak in person, please call my office at (503) 284-6754. I also return voice messages within a business day.

Note for those curious about skype or other forms of virtual sessions: I use a body-based approach that relies on visual connection and attention to senses, including touch. As such, this approach works best in person and may feel clumsy at best when digitally filtered. While I appreciate the contact, I generally refer skype inquiries to local therapist directories or to Hakomi Therapy resources in their area.

Office Location Limitations…
1. My office is not wheelchair accessible.  It is located on the second floor, and the building has no elevator.
2. For those sensitive to mold or odors, while my room itself is ventilated through HVAC, the building does produce mold during rainy season.  Also, while I attempt to keep odors out of my office, I do work in a suite of offices, and neighbors sometimes use products necessary for their practice (incense, body oils, etc) that could be physically triggering for some individuals.

For therapists seeking therapy, I do provide service (and enjoy doing so) to those working in mental health.