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Individual Therapy Sessions
Our experiences inevitably shape us, and without awareness, history tends to repeat itself. You have the power to uncover how your past is affecting your present and, potentially, your future.
We all receive messages throughout the course of our lives in our families of origin, with primary caregivers, in our relationships, and within our cultures. It can be difficult to bring these out into our awareness to explore, since a lot of the time, we just don’t know anything different. This is just how life is, right? It doesn’t have to be.
In our individual therapy sessions, I’ll be looking out for parallels running through seemingly unrelated events to develop more cohesive, broader themes and we’ll start connecting some dots. Together we’ll not only make sense of the past and present, but explore what changes you’ll need to make to step into the life most aligned with your values.
I provide online therapy to clients all throughout the states of Florida, Delaware, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Talking to a new person and feeling like you need to bare your soul can feel anxiety-provoking (duh!). Add in meeting over video chat, and this can make things seem even more daunting for some people. I want to reassure you that we’ll go at your pace. You share what you want to, and I’ll gently guide us to greater depths as time goes on.
I have been working exclusively online since 2020 when the pandemic began. Though I was also hesitant at first, I’ve seen throughout the past couple of years that online therapy has made therapy so much more convenient and accessible for my clients, and they benefit equally, if not more, than doing therapy in-person. They love not having to manage travel time, getting extra time off of work, and being able to meet from the comfort of their own home, dorm room, or office.
We all have a million things to manage already. For busy people like you, online therapy could be the answer!
Full Bloom Therapy is based in Fort Lauderdale, FL.
I exclusively offer individual therapy to clients anywhere in the states of Florida, Delaware, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
I want us to get to know all the varying, sometimes opposing parts of you.
After our initial email or phone consultation and scheduling our first appointment, I’ll send you some paperwork to complete. When we meet for our first session, we’ll review the paperwork together, discuss your goals for therapy, and I’ll answer any questions you might have.
Our first few sessions will act as an assessment process, where we’ll be getting to know each other more. I’ll be asking questions, seeking to understand what brought you to therapy, your goals, and together figuring out if I’m the right person to help you. During the assessment process, I’ll give you feedback on what I’ve heard so far and recommendations for what I think would be helpful to address in our work together. We’ll find a time that works for both of us to meet once a week online.
Together, we might identify a few immediate changes to shift things in the right direction. We’ll work towards improving open and honest communication, setting boundaries, and learning to honor your own needs. We’ll get curious about unconscious thoughts and repeating patterns, so we can bring these into your awareness and you can start taking the steps you need to align with the truest version of yourself.
This process is otherwise very much defined by you.
While some of my clients might seek out help during or after a period of transition and see me for a couple months, the majority of my clients benefit from our work being longer-term. This can often be for a few years, depending on the person. We’ll discuss what works best for you as you reach your goals.
Some weeks we might talk about your reaction to the latest series you’re binging on Netflix, others we might delve into how that interaction with your friend or partner reminded you of a painful memory from childhood. Anything you want to tell me about, I want to hear about.
The important thing to remember is that the 50 minutes we spend together in session is realistically such a small fraction of your life. The bulk of the work doesn’t happen in the nurturing, safe space we’ll cultivate together. It happens as you take what we speak about together and apply it to the rest of your life.
If you’re ready to start making some changes, schedule a free 15-minute consultation today.
If you are in need of a sliding scale in order to pursue treatment, please don’t hesitate to ask. Sliding scale slots are limited and may not be available at time of contact.
Missed appointment/cancellation policy: Clients are required to provide 48 hours notice if they need to cancel and/or reschedule. Providing less than 48 hours notice or no showing for an appointment results in responsibility for full session fee. Fee will be charged on the day of the missed appointment.
Forms of Payment
Full Bloom Therapy accepts the following insurance plans in Florida and South Carolina:
- United Healthcare
If I do not accept your plan, I am happy to provide you with a receipt with the information needed to utilize your out-of-network benefits. I recommend checking with your insurance plan to see if you have out-of-network coverage.
Some questions to ask your insurance company about out-of-network coverage information are:
- Does my plan provide out-of-network reimbursement for psychotherapy?
- Is there a deductible I need to meet before you will start to reimburse me?
- If so, what of my deductible is left?
- What percentage of the fee do you cover?
- Do I need a referral from my primary care physician for coverage to apply?
- Is there a cap amount for CPT codes 90837 or 90834?
I accept all major credit cards, health savings account cards (HSA), and flexible spending account cards (FSA).
Good Faith Estimate
You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost.
Under the law, health care providers need to give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
- You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.
- Make sure your health care provider gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing at least 1 business day before your medical service or item. You can also ask your health care provider, and any other provider you choose, for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an item or service.
- If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill.
- Make sure to save a copy or picture of your Good Faith Estimate. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit http://www.cms.gov/nosurprises or call 800-985-3059.
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Full Bloom Therapy
Online Therapy in Florida, Delaware, North Carolina, and South Carolina
based in Fort Lauderdale, FL