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How do I choose a therapist?

Therapy is a unique and intimate relationship. We encourage you to trust your self, your intuition, your gut. You have your own way of deciding. In addition to feeling comfortable with your therapist a therapist's theoretical orientation matters. At Queering Therapy we use attachment science, non-judgmental compassion, and a humanistic belief in each person's ability to find health and happiness. We are progressive, radical, intersectional sex-positive feminists, dedicated to liberation, social justice, and consent culture.

Do you have daytime/evening/weekend appointments?

Yes, We offer session times on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, & Thursdays from 1pm to 8pm.

How long do therapy sessions last?

Standard sessions are 50 minutes. Some clients prefer longer 80-90 minute sessions, especially when doing EMDR or couples therapy.

How often will I see my therapist?

A regular weekly appointment time is reserved for you. If you want to change your session time, please let your therapist know.

How much do sessions cost?

Each therapist offers different rates. Please inquire with your therapist for specific information.

Are sessions covered by my insurance?

Many clients find that they appreciate the increased privacy and control when paying privately. To know your options, please contact your insurance directly to ask about your specific deductible and what percentage of the cost your insurance company will reimburse. This can make therapy more affordable for many people.

Do you have a sliding scale?

Yes. As a licensed clinical social worker, it is part of my ethics to provide a sliding scale to make therapy more accessible. I reserve a portion of my practice for sliding scale based on need. Currently, these sessions are full.

Do you provide online/video therapy/teletherapy?

Yes. For the time being, all of our sessions are online. We have a HIPAA-compliant (confidential to legal standards) Zoom room that we will use to meet each week.

Do you offer therapy to people outside the San Francisco Bay Area?

Yes. As long as you are a resident of California, where we are registered and licensed, we can work together via confidential online/video/teletherapy sessions.

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