- Frequently Asked Questions -
How do we schedule an appointment?
If you are interested in beginning therapy, you can fill out the New Client Interest Form or contact me via phone or e-mail provided on the Contact page.
How do we meet online?
Once we schedule you, you will receive an email with a link to a secure client portal for you to create an account and complete the intake paperwork. You will receive a reminder email 24 hours before you appointment. You will also receive a separate email with the link to the session embedded in it. When you click on the link you will be able to sign into the secure video session. This link will be permanent and you can use the same link for future sessions.
What do sessions look like?
The first session is a general intake session, which consists of reviewing policies, answering any questions or concerns you may have, a brief review of your history and what has brought you in. Over the next few sessions we will set up your personal goals for therapy and create a unique plan to help you achieve those goals. As we continue the therapeutic process, goals may change, and you may discover other parts/areas of life you want to work on, so we can make changes to the treatment plan as needed.
Sessions are typically 50-55 minutes long and scheduled weekly, although depending on your needs they may be every other week or once a month. We will check-in and collaboratively review your progress to see what fits best with your goals.
Should I refer my friend or family member to therapy?
A person that makes their own decision to begin therapy is a person who is ready for change. This is because people often find the most benefit from therapy when they discover the courage within themselves to share their story with another. If you have a friend or family member that you feel would benefit from therapy, simply offer them a link to this website or see if they would like to contact Luna Therapy Solutions by phone/email.
Can you prescribe medication?
No, I am not able to prescribe medication. You will need a licensed prescriber such as a Psychiatrist, Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, or Primary Care Physician.