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Our Services

Bloom Counseling Center offers specialized services for a variety of concerns as well as general needs services. I specialize in treating children and adolescents with a history of trauma as well as individuals with mood disorders (anxiety, depression, bipolar), trauma-stressor-related disorders, conduct disorders, and dissociative disorders. 


The rates at Bloom Counseling Center reflect the level of training, expertise, and the unique skillset of the provider.


Bloom Counseling Center does not believe that income should limit a person's ability to access high quality mental health care. For that reason, a certain percentage of Bloom Counseling Center offers sliding scale rates for clients. Sliding scale rates for sessions are modeled on U.S. Department of Health and Human Services data and are offered based on availability. 


  • Full fee individual sessions are $145 for 55-minute sessions.

  • Full fee family sessions are $155 for 55-minute sessions.

  • Sliding scale rates are listed below. 

    • To find your rate: identify the # of people in your household & the total household income, from there you can see your session fee. 

      • Example: ​

        • A household with a prospective client, another adult, and a child = 3 person household. If the total household income is $51,200, this person would fall under plan C with session rate of $82 per session.

  • To schedule, you will book with the $145 rate and send an email to stating your interest in sliding scale. The rate will be adjusted prior to any charge.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has scientific evidence citing its effectiveness in treating multiple problems such as Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, depression, anxiety disorders, substance use, eating disorders, and relationship issues. I am certified in CBT and frequently incorporate components in treatment. It specifically addresses negative thinking patterns and proposes that our thoughts influence how we feel and act. These feelings and behaviors manifest as the abovementioned problems. CBT is a collaborative approach in which the emphasis is on helping the individual become their own therapist. This approach tends to utilize worksheets and activities both in and out of session.

Attachment-Based Therapy

I apply principles of this approach specifically when working with children and adolescents who have experienced some type of disruption such as placement in foster care, loss of a caregiver, abuse or neglect, or poor child-caregiver relationships. It is a trauma-informed approach that works well for adolescents struggling with self-harm and suicidal ideation. This approach is also useful in treating the entire family (if it is safe to do so). A safe and positive relationship between client and therapist is essential in this approach. The goal is to create a secure, responsive, and open relationship through which the client can explore past hurts and learn new approaches to improve their relationship with Self and others. 

Psychodynamic Therapy

I frequently operate from a psychodynamic perspective when working with clients struggling with depression, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, trauma-related disorders, substance abuse, and eating disorders This approach focuses on facilitating a deeper understanding of how the client's emotions/emotional patterns influence how they think, feel, and act. It works by helping the individual identify patterns, understand emotions, and improve relationships. Psychodynamic therapy is typically long-term with frequent sessions based on clinical need. 

Internal Family Systems Therapy

Internal Family Systems Therapy (IFS) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that views the individual as a system of protective and wounded inner parts lead by a core Self. IFS is particularly useful in treating trauma as it helps the individual learn to understand and heal their wounded parts. I use IFS components to assist clients struggling with complex posttraumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) and trauma-related disorders, dissociative disorders, and those struggling to feel connected to Self and others. 

Solution-Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Therapy is a short-term goal-focused evidence-based therapeutic approach that focuses on helping the client shift from focusing on their problems to constructing solutions. I use components of this approach in treating clients with stress, anxiety, minor depression, relationship issues, and familial conflict. It requires the client to establish a goal early in treatment and to actively practice positive psychology. 

Family Therapy

I work with at-risk youth or youth already displaying problematic behaviors (e.g. substance misuse, risky sexual behavior, fighting, delinquency, etc.) and their families to change family patterns of interactions. These youth are typically diagnosed with Conduct Disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder, or antisocial behaviors. I operate from the Structural Family Therapy model coupled with techniques from Emotionally-Focused Therapy. These approaches combined allow me to work through individual, caregiver-child, parental, marital, and family sessions to holistically address relational patterns contributing to negative behaviors. This approach takes into consideration inter-generational trauma and how life experiences of the caregivers could be influencing their current relationships with their children/partners. Treating the family as a whole increases the likelihood of long-lasting change even after treatment has ended. 
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