When you’ve experienced past pain and trauma, deeper connections can feel impossible. Family Pathways will help you process the past to make way for a restored present and future.

Telehealth Appointments Available 

Schedule Today!

Hello! I’m glad you are here. Now new and existing clients can schedule meetings easily. When you click the book now button you will be taken to my secure online form to book your telehealth appointment. I look forward to meeting with you.

Do you provide in-person care?

Due to the pandemic, and rising costs of the healthcare industry, my aim is to keep costs as affordable for you as possible. Because of this, I aim to keep sessions telehealth for the foreseeable future.

Do you take insurance?

Yes! Family Pathways welcomes Cigna, United, and Aetna members by partnering through Alma.

Please schedule a consultation if you’d like to have your benefits verified within 48 hours.

Family Pathways also is an out-of-network insurance provider with most insurances.

We partner with you along every step of the way to help you navigating that process.

Please visit our Rates page for more information.

Why is Telehealth a good choice?

Therapy should be completely accessible. Scheduling time in your busy work day, finding a babysitter, or creating emotional space only to go back home into a stressful situation- none of those sound easy. Online Counseling can help! In many cases, online, live-video counseling provides just as much if not more support than in-person services.

How long do sessions last?

It depends! Sessions can last anywhere from 50 minutes to 170 minutes depending on the type of session. For a list of full services, times, and rates, please visit our Rates page.

Family Pathways Standard Rates

First Time Consultation

This is a time to meet with me for free and see if I am the right choice for your counseling.

50 minutes Session

Individual, Couples, and Child Counseling Session


170 Minute Session(s)

Intensive Counseling Session


Per Hour

Administrative Paperwork (Letters, Court Appearances)