Sliding Scale Referrals
Being able to access sliding scale therapy can open up your options to get the support you need. You know that counseling can help you manage the difficulties and stress in your life. But you could be asking the question, "Is it worth it?" Sliding scale therapy means you can get access to the counseling you need, within your budget. And yes, therapy is worth the expense as an added life improvement and means of self care.
What is the Value of Sliding Scale Therapy?
For many clients, therapy is a necessity. But, the value has to feel right for you to invest in the commitment. Fees for licensed therapists can be quite high. That’s why I offer a sliding scale therapy option within my practice to a certain number of clients. If I have the availability, I'm happy to work with you. And if my sliding scale therapy options are full, you still have the opportunity to get the support you need.
Working with a pre-licensed Registered Associate Marriage and Family Therapist offers you an opportunity to work with a Master's level psychotherapist in the process of completing the required hours for licensure, at a lower fee than most licensed therapists. I work with three very qualified Associates. Each has experience in private practice and in local community mental health organizations with adults, couples and adolescents.
Morgan Rebane, MA, MFT
Morgan offers individual and couples therapy on a sliding scale. He is passionate about holding a non-judgmental environment in which clients are able to explore healing and growth as they reconnect with their values and strengths. As a certified hatha yoga and meditation teacher, Morgan brings a holistic approach, incorporating somatic embodied awareness into the process of therapy. Morgan specializes in working with life transitions, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, grief and loss, and trauma. His practice is LGBTQIA+ affirmative and provides a safe space for all identities and relationships. Sessions are tailored to support each client as the unique individuals they are while they seek authenticity, clarity and peace.
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Brenda LeShay, MA, AMFT
Brenda works collaboratively with adolescents and adults experiencing life's numerous and sometimes overwhelming challenges. They can be dealing with a wide number of issues at school or work, health problems, starting a family, and difficulties in relationships. Brenda is dedicated to support healing and growth through these experiences by helping individuals become more self-aware, communicate more authentically, and cultivate tools for resiliency and self-empowerment. With her background in early childhood education and parent coaching, Brenda can assist parents navigating the ups and downs of child rearing. Treatment is tailored to your circumstances. She draws mostly from Humanistic psychology and incorporates other theories such as Attachment Theory and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Brenda's approach is based on developing a strong therapeutic relationship, anchored in empathy and respect, to cultivate a space that is safe, inspiring, and healing.
You can reach Brenda at:
Marjorie Schuetz, MA, AMFT
Marjorie provides therapy for couples and individuals in a warm, down-to-earth, and non- judgmental atmosphere. She sees a trusting relationship with her clients as the key to healing. Her approach draws on techniques from several schools of therapy including narrative therapy, mindfulness techniques, attachment therapy and relational Gestalt therapy. Marjorie collaborates with you so you can reach your goals while increasing self-confidence and a sense of joy. She helps clients with anxiety, depression, loneliness, relationship issues, shame, identity exploration, and the search for meaning. Her practice is offered through an anti-racist, social justice lens and is LGBTQIA+ affirmative. To find out more about Marjorie's approach or to contact her, please visit her website.
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