Confidential Phone Counseling and Therapy
Michele K. Lane, BCD, LCSW
Research has shown phone counseling to be effective (Simon et al.,
2004). The method that I use, cognitive-behavioral therapy, has been
found to work better with phone therapy than therapy that focuses on
discussions of feelings (Mohr, 2005).
therapy is a valuable option for people seeking help from a professional.
Phone counseling has the following advantages:
- It is easy and convenient.
- You can stay in the comfort of your home of office.
- It provides the privacy of the telephone, avoiding eye contact etc.
When you first call we will discuss the best time for the appointment,
goals for therapy, and the fee.
I am a counselor specializing in short-term effective psychotherapy.
My expertise includes couples/marriage counseling, depression, obsession,
anxiety, family and individual counseling, infidelity issues, separation
and divorce adjustment, and step parenting.
I have been a psychotherapist for over 30 years. I earned a Masters
degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan and am Board Certified
by the National Board of Examiners. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker
licensed by the Texas Department of Human Services.
Please visit my home page for more information
To begin, please call me at (713) 668-3838
Rates vary from $100 to $185 depending on your income. Please let me
know your income for a rate below $185.
You can pay by Zelle, a user friendly secure and easy-to-use payment system.
It is available from most banks. Send money to help@micheleLane.com from Zelle.
I also accept PayPal (send to help@micheleLane.com). Payment must be made the day before the session.
Preparing for the first phone session
Before the first session, please fill out the following form.
Before the second session fill out the following form and we will discuss it on the phone. Please do not email the form or show it to your partner.
Couple's Inventory form
Mohr, D. et al. (2005) Archives of General Psychiatry (2005;62:1007-1014)
Simon G, et al. (2004) Journal of the American Medical Association, August
25, 2004, pp. 935-42.