“In our bodies, in this moment, there live the seed impulses of the change and growth we seek, and to awaken them we must bring our awareness into the body, into the here and now.” – Pat Ogden

Our goal, as a group and each provider individually, is to be as compassionate, non-judgmental, and accepting as possible. We strive to create a safe, comfortable atmosphere wherein you will feel relaxed and able to be open and honest about anything going on in your life that you would like to discuss, even if it is a difficult topic.

We are still engaging in almost all sessions virtually. Although we occasionally are still available to meet in the office, we cannot promise this and if you want to meet consistently with your provider in person, we suggest reaching out to other practices.

Where Do We Start?


First, start by contacting the office. You may choose to email or call the office, or you can follow this link to go directly to scheduling a short intake phone call with our Intake Coordinator that will last about twenty minutes.


During this short call, you will be asked a few basic questions regarding what you would like to discuss. We do this in an effort to make sure we can match you with the TheraBee provider who can be best able to help you. We want you to have the best experience possible. As such, if our clinicians feel as if they are not the best fit for helping you, we will do our best to help you find another provider who is better suited to meet your needs.


Based on the information you choose to share and the clinician you are matched with, our Intake Coordinator will continue the process of setting up an intake session (finding a time/date that you and your matched provider will be able to meet).


You will be sent an email to your Patient Portal, where we will need you to complete the intake documents before the first session.


Log in to your Patient Portal and have your first session.

What to Expect in the First Session

Please log in a few minutes early in case there are any tech issues so that they can be resolved and you can use as much of the session time as possible to meet with the provider. You will have already been sent paperwork through our Patient Portal, and together you and your provider will review the documents. If you plan on using insurance, please be sure to send us both sides of your insurance card and ID before your session (Send it to admin@therabeepsychology.com).

After you have reviewed the paperwork (usually about 5 minutes), your provider will ask you what you would like to discuss. While there are a few major items they need to make sure are covered in the first session, we generally like to let you have control in the direction your sessions take. If this is too overwhelming, or you feel unsure of where to start, your practitioner will be happy to work with you to find areas that would be helpful to cover. Often you may have a few topics that you and your provider make a note of bringing up in the next session because you didn’t have a chance to cover everything.

The final item your provider will cover in the last few minutes of the session is scheduling and payment. You and your practitioner will find a time to set as a regular meeting, and then they will accept your payment for the session.

What to Expect in Letter Writing Session

You will be asked to fill out minimal paperwork, and together you and your therapist will review the contract for your sessions together. The focus of these sessions is to help write a letter that is as accurate as possible to meet your needs. However, we are not interested in asking you to explain or ‘prove’ your gender journey to us. We write the letter during the sessions together to ensure that what is written feels as accurate and affirming as possible while meeting doctor and insurance requirements.

About the Environment

We strive for the office to be a comfortable place for you to relax and share whatever may be on your mind. As such, the furniture is comfortable and there is always water, hot tea, and snacks available for your enjoyment. In addition, there are white noise makers outside the doors of each office to further protect your privacy and confidentiality.