Ms. Pay provides psychotherapy to children ages 14 and up, adolescents and adults. Her experiences include working intensively in outpatient community based settings with emotionally disturbed youth in foster care as well as children and adolescents with a history of depression, anxiety, ADHD and PTSD. Ms. Pay utilizes a psychodynamic treatment philosophy, which involves a variety of research based methods that are tailored to each person’s needs.
The therapeutic process is a unique and integral part of success, so it is crucial to build a strong therapeutic relationship/trust with clients but always with the emphasis on strength based, person centered perspective. Practice areas of interest include adjustment problems, i.e. school related, work issues, marital/relationship conflict, chronic medical conditions, grief/loss (i.e. death of loved one, pet, loss of a job, independence, relocation, trauma); Sexual orientation issues, Depression, Anxiety/Panic Disorders, Bipolar Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, ADD, Addiction/Recovery.
Ms. Pay also gained many years of clinical experience with chronically mentally disabled adults on an outpatient basis in the community. Other clinical work includes providing support and coordinating care to seniors in an 80 bed nursing facility and is a contracted medical social worker to home bound patients.
Please download and fill out Ms. Pay's Office Policies and Forms listed below. If you choose to fill these forms out at our office, please arrive a half hour before your first scheduled appointment.
Adult New Patient Questionnaire
(18 Years Old and UP)
Adolescent New Patient Questionnaire
Parent/Guardian Completes everything except clinical questionnaire - patient to complete clinical questionnaire
New Patient Questionnaire
Each Spouse is to fill in his/her own questionnaire