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I really Want to Work with Dr. Emily, but her schedule is full. What can I do?

Head on over to my online resources here! You can read blog posts, catch up on podcast interviews and articles in the media, and check out my online course for parents. 





[The Roadmap] is an online course for parents you can find here detailing the most commonly asked questions and topics covered in my first few sessions with parents. This online course is the best fit for you if your child has recently been diagnosed with autism, ADHD, or anxiety and you are trying to shift your mindset from traditional parenting to parenting a neurodivergent child.


You can also follow me on social media for daily inspirations and parenting tips. Check out my most recent video series here.













Does Dr. Emily keep a Waiting List?

Due to the nature of my work, it is hard for me to predict when openings will become available and I don't recommend you wait for openings to receive services elsewhere. I do keep a follow-up list of previous clients wanting to return for a "tune-up" as they grow older. The best way to get on my calendar is to begin with a parent consultation session. When I am taking new clients for parent consultation, I will update my website and voicemail. 

How much Does a Session with Dr. Emily cost?

Parent intake sessions are $175/hour and all child and parent consultation sessions are $165/hour. All major credit cards, including health savings cards, are accepted.

Does Dr. Emily take insurance?

I am an out-of-network mental health provider with all insurance companies. I provide parents with electronic paperwork via my patient portal with the information needed to submit to insurance companies for potential reimbursement. Please call your insurance company to ask about your out-of-network mental health benefits prior to scheduling.

What ages does Dr. Emily work with?

 New clients range in age from 0-12 years old and we work together as needed into adolescence.

Can I Schedule With Dr. Emily Even If I Don't Live in North Carolina?

Not at this time. I am only licensed to practice psychology with children and families who reside in the state of North Carolina, either in-person or virtually. 

Does Dr. Emily work with adults?

Aside from parent consultation regarding children and adolescents, I do not work with adults as the primary client. While individual therapy for parents is an integral part of their journey in our work together, I do not provide psychotherapy or couples therapy for adults.