Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I come alone to therapy if my spouse refuses to go?

Yes, you can. Therapy can help to reduce conflict in relationships when only person comes. Most likely I would ask your permission to talk to your spouse to see if it would be possible for him/her to come to even one session.

  1. We don’t have a lot of conflict in our relationship, but we still feel something is missing can EFT help us?

Yes, not all couples get into arguments, you don’t need to have verbal conflict to feel dissatisfied in your relationship.

  1. Do you take insurance?

No, I don’t take insurance. Receipts will be provided and you can submit them to your insurance company for reimbursement if you have out-of-network benefits. If you have financial hardships that are deterring you, please contact me.

  1. Do you work with children and families?

I do work with families and with older children in the relational context. I work to help reduce the conflict in relationships and create bonding that brings people closer. I do not work with children under 18.

  1. How long will we be in therapy?

Generally people are in therapy for 6 to 12 months. There are many factors that can impact this time frame. Some factors include: commitment to the relationship, desire to heal, frequency of therapy sessions and past trauma in the relationship. Certain factors can decrease or increase the time you are in therapy.

  1. We are having sexual problems, can emotionally focused therapy help us?

Yes, it can help. Sexual problems are often connected to intimacy and emotional closeness which is a primary focus in EFT.

  1. Do you speak Spanish?