Therapy For Moms
ONLINE THERAPIST SERVING NY, CT & FL
Online Therapy For Moms for New York, Connecticut, and Florida
Raising children is a beautiful and overwhelming journey…
You’ve heard it before.
Parenting is one of the most gratifying yet arduous efforts—a massive undertaking.
And while you want to linger in the sweet, breathtaking moments like watching them take their first steps or graduate from high school, you may also encounter daunting roadblocks and uncertainty.
Maybe you are frustrated because you and your child can’t find a way to communicate without yelling, getting an eye roll, or hearing a door slam. You might not understand why they act a certain way and wonder how to better support them through their challenges. Or perhaps you are struggling to juggle your responsibilities and needs as a mother, professional, and individual, along with everyone else’s expectations.
You feel stressed, exhausted, guilty, and stuck. You’ve tried it all and wish you could do more, yet you are unsure about your next move.
…but you don’t have to ride solo.
Hi! I’m Gayle, a licensed clinical social worker committed to serving insightful and motivated parents in New York, Connecticut, and Florida via virtual therapy.
I offer online parenting therapy to help you strengthen your relationship with your child and address your parenting challenges.
You know and love your child more than anyone else. I’m just here to give you the direction and tools you seek to strengthen your bond and create meaningful changes. I’ll guide you, answer your questions, challenge and uplift you so you can relish the bright times (and navigate everything in between).
Read on to learn more about how we can collaborate, or contact me to book a free consultation.
What Is Parenting Therapy?
Parenting therapy involves meeting with a mental health specialist (like me!) to get to the root of your parenting problems and find practical strategies to handle them.
We’ll meet in a confidential virtual space to discuss your concerns, dig deep, and discover tailored skills to promote a secure attachment with your child. This will then support their development, functioning, emotional regulation, and overall well-being.
WHAT WE CAN WORK ON
During parenting therapy, we can manage difficulties directly related to your child or personal situations that may impact your relationship with them.
We’ll team up to help you:
If you are interested in any of the above or want guidance on other parenting matters, consider coming to therapy.
How Can Parenting Therapy Help?
Seeking parenting therapy is not an indicator of your caretaking capabilities. It simply means you might benefit from space, light, and hands-on support to face adversity and accomplish your goals.
That’s what I’m here for.
As a parent, I’ve been in your shoes. I understand the duality of cherishing the loving nature of motherhood yet struggling with its harrowing demands.
Parenting therapy provides awareness, perspective, and actionable steps to grow as a caregiver and individual so you can embrace both sides of the coin. You’ll feel heard and validated, celebrate your wins, and gain clarity about the underlying nuances of your kid’s problems.
If you want to vent after an argument with your child, I’ll listen. If you wonder whether you handled a particular situation correctly, I’ll provide honest feedback. We’ll collaborate to equip you with answers and practical solutions adapted to your needs, family, and parenting style.
Ultimately, you’ll walk away empowered with evidence-based knowledge to reinforce your relationship with your child and help them thrive.
Parenting Therapy With Gayle Weill | Online Therapist in New York, Connecticut, and Florida
I provide online parenting therapy for parents of different cultures, backgrounds, and faiths throughout New York, Connecticut, and Florida. I also offer relationship therapy, adoption therapy, and anxiety counseling, among other services.
My mission is to help you understand the source of your challenges and develop a personalized treatment plan to move forward.
What makes me different? I’m trained and certified in child-parent psychotherapy (CPP), hypnosis, EMDR, psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and other modalities. I’m also a Circle of Security-Parenting (COS-P) facilitator and accredited therapist with The Center of Adoption Support and Education (C.A.S.E.). I have many years of experience serving parents, families, and children, including those in the foster care system.
My style is kind, down-to-earth, and proactive. You’ll get useful resources to enhance your parenting skills versus silent nodding or abstract advice without applicable input.
And you’ll do this from the comfort of your home, office, or any private space of your choice. That’s the beauty of teletherapy.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
My fee for a therapy session is $285 for 45-55 minutes.
Navigating insurance is complicated, so please read carefully to avoid any misunderstandings.
Like most private mental health practitioners, I am considered an “out-of-network” provider. This means that some of my clients pay fully out of pocket, while others pay my fee up front and then receive partial reimbursement from their insurance provider.
In order to use your insurance then, you must have out-of-network-benefits and reach your yearly deductible before reimbursement begins. After you’ve met your deductible, you’ll only be responsible for your copay/coinsurance, which is determined by your plan.
In my experience, reimbursement is common and many of my clients are reimbursed for 50% to 80% for the cost of their sessions if they have out-of-network mental health coverage.
I am partnered with “The Superbill,” a platform that makes it easy to check if you have out-of-network benefits, and then claim them.
When you reach out, we will discuss your unique challenges for therapy, and I will also check for your out-of-network benefits (so you don’t need to spend time on the phone with the insurance company). Most insurance companies will list your OON benefits immediately, so we can know how much you’ll have covered.
When it comes to claiming them, the process is even easier. With “The Superbill,” you do not need to mail any claims to your insurance company, “The Superbill” does this step automatically for you. You would simply pay for therapy as normal, and then once you’ve met your deductible, “The Superbill” will begin reimbursing you according to your OON benefits.
Not at all. People who ask for help know when they need it and have the courage to reach out. Everyone needs help now and then. In our work together, I’ll help you explore and identify your strengths and how to implement them to reduce the influence of the problems you are facing.
I meet with the majority of my clients on a weekly basis. I ask that all new clients commit to meeting weekly, for at-least the first 6 weeks. This will allow us to start off on a strong foot, so you can start seeing progress right away. I may recommend that we increase or decrease the frequency of sessions to best meet your needs.