Working w/ Greg FAQ
Where is your office located?
My office is at 55 W Sierra Madre, Sierra Madre, Calif. 91024, in the historic Old Sierra Madre City Hall Building.
Where do I park?
There is abundant free parking on the street and the public lot behind the building.
Fees, Payment & Insurance
My fee is $250/ 45-50 min session and I can accept payment by credit card, check, cash or Zelle.
I do not bill insurance directly. However, I am happy to provide billing documents if you would like to seek reimbursement directly from your insurance carrier. Many PPO plans cover “out-of-network” mental health care.
How often will we meet?
For most clients, I recommend weekly therapy for the first six months. If you choose to continue longer, we can reassess our frequency.
What’s your cancellation policy?
I require a minimum of 48hrs notice for any cancellations.
Do you offer video and phone sessions?
I do! I offer sessions by phone and HIPAA-compliant Zoom for Healthcare.
Do you see clients in person?
I do! I see clients in person at my Sierra Madre office.
How do I make an appointment?
The easiest way to make an appointment is by scheduling a free discovery call with me.
What ages of people do you work with?
I work with teens and older. Please email me if you are looking for therapy for a younger individual. We can explore if they are a good fit for my practice. If not, I have excellent referrals to other providers in the area.
What happens during a consultation?
A consultation is a 20-min ‘get to know you call.’ This is a time for you to ask any questions you have. At the end of the call, you’ll have the option to book our first session or “chew on it” and get back to me. Initial consultations are always free of charge.
What is sex therapy?
Sex therapy is a type of “talk therapy” that focuses on sex, sexuality and gender. Imagine traditional therapy, but with more space to talk about these issues. The average sex therapist will have 10+ times the experience with issues related to sex, sexuality and gender than the average traditional therapist.
When you are looking for a sex therapist, please be sure to ask about their training! Many “sex therapists” are uncredentialed with little-to-no training. Look for someone with a master’s degree or doctorate in mental health who has additional postgrad training in clinical sexology. Most clinical sexology training programs will include 150+ hours of classroom time and at least 300 hours of supervised casework. AASECT certification is generally considered the gold standard in the US.
16 N Marengo Ave Ste 404
Pasadena, Calif 91101
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