2171 So. El Camino Real Oceanside, CA 92054

©2019 by Hamsa Healing Space.

You Ask - I Answer

 

ARE YOU AVAILABLE FOR EMERGENCIES?

I am available for standard Business Hours. In the case of emergency, please go to your nearest hospital or dial 911 for immediate assistance.

DO YOU FOCUS ON A SPECIFIC MODALITY?

No. Strong clinicians are well-rounded, familiar with a multitude of intervention styles and I offer a unique and independent approach with each individual I support.

WHAT CAN I EXPECT IN A SESSION?

I foster a non-judgmental space and will challenge you to push yourself out of your comfort zone. I assign Therapeutic tasks and reflective assignments in order to help you maintain a sense of progress. My goal with every session, is to help you gain more control of your life. Reflective writing assignments provide a foundation for our sessions and cultivate empowerment in you. In therapy, if your emotions are uncomfortable, then it’s working!

WHAT ARE YOUR CREDENTIALS?

I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor, No. 5918
I have a Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from San Diego State University (2015).
I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and Social Psychology from University of Maryland (2007).
I am a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor with a concentration in Vocational counseling.

DO YOU CHARGE FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION?

Yes. We offer a reduced rate of $110.00 for your initial intake appointment.

DO YOU TAKE INSURANCE?

No. Payment is offered on a sliding scale. We provide a full 60-minute session. We offer 60, 75, and 90 minute sessions. Sliding Scale range: $120.00 to $300.00 dependent upon clinical needs and requests.

We do not take insurance. We believe in a long term approach. Insurers limit the number of sessions and time frame of the actual session.  Health Insurance carriers require an initial diagnosis in order to cover your Therapy. We do not believe in a diagnosis after only one intake hour. Insurance carriers do not tell you that they do not cover many diagnoses. Insurance carriers also require your diagnosis to be disclosed when pursuing new treatment.