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MENTAL HEALTH & WELLNESS FOR ALL

I offer integrative therapeutic support to individuals & families. Treatment options are extensive & range from bi-weekly or traditional weekly sessions to monthly checks-ins. 

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  • GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE
    Under the No Surprises Act, you are entitled to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” of what the charges could be for the services provided to you. It is not possible for a therapist to know, in advance, how many sessions may be necessary or appropriate for a given person upon the initiation of therapy. Your total cost of services will depend upon the number of sessions you attend, your individual circumstances, and the type and amount of services that are provided to you. This estimate is not a contract and does not obligate you to obtain any services listed, nor does it include any services rendered to you that are not identified here. If you receive a bill at least $400 more than your GFE, you may dispute or appeal the bill.
  • SESSION FEE
    Adult (Individual) 50 minute session: $180 Child/Teen​ (Individual) 50 minute session: $225 Family​ 50 minute session (Family): $250 ​Coaching Call for pricing 24-hour Cancellation Policy
  • INSURANCE
    I do not accept insurance for payment. ​ I encourage you to reach out to your insurance company, as you may be eligible for reimbursement from your insurance company for our sessions. Upon request, Superbills can be generated and emailed to you.
  • PAYMENT OPTIONS
    I accept the following payments via SimplePractice: ​​ Credit Cards Debit Cards Some Government Cards ACH Bank Transfers
  • SLIDING SCALE
    I know this is a tough time, and I am here to help! I am excited to offer a limited number of individual therapy spots. Inquire today to see if you might be a good fit. Schedule a Phone Consultation
  • SCHEDULING
    Our sessions will be 50 minutes long. Currently, I am solely offering teletherapy. In-office visits will be considered post resolve of the current COVID 19 pandemic. ARTICLE: 7 Tips to Prepare for Your First Teletherapy Session
  • INITIAL PHONE CONSULTATION
    Starting therapy can be a daunting process for some people. The first step is to call me for a 15 minute phone consultation. I will ask for your email address and send you a link to my therapist's online portal through Simple Practice so that you can conveniently complete the intake paperwork prior to our initial phone consultation. The intake process is my "digital paperwork". It will ask for basic information about you (demographic information and some personal history). We will talk about what has led you to seek out therapy and I can also answer questions and/or concerns about therapy. This time is used as a way for you to ask any questions or voice any concerns that may pop into your mind. Also, for getting to know a little more about you and what has led to your reaching out. ​ ARTICLE: Beginner's Guide to Therapy: What to ask in a consult?
  • _
    WHY ARE THERE SO MANY DIFFERENT THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES LISTED?? You are an individual with different needs, preferences, goals, personality, etc., and to engage with you utilizing a "one size fits all" approach may do you a disservice. As an integrative therapist, we will work together without any modality boundaries and integrate a combination of different therapeutic approaches tailoring therapy to meet the needs of you, as an individual. Yet, if there is a specific approach you would like to work solely under that is an option, as well.
  • NARRATIVE
    Viewing you as the expert in your own life, narrative therapy offers the opportunity to examine the meaning you make of your life experiences. As you guide the conversation to areas of interest, the therapist supports you to explore, expand, & deepen your understanding of yourself.
  • PSYCHODYNAMIC
    Through collaborative conversation, clients deepen their awareness & understanding of the unconscious mind. Based on Freud’s psychoanalytic theory that thoughts & behaviors are influenced by our unconscious mind & past experiences.
  • ECOTHERAPY
    Sessions are often held outside in nature. Therapists harness the innate relaxing effect that nature has on humans to help them in their mental health journeys. This could include walking in nature, mediating in nature, or even gardening together.
  • GESTALT
    Focusing on achieving personal growth & freedom by increasing self-awareness in present moment experiences. Engaging you in conversations & exercises that bring awareness to your thoughts, emotions, & movements, increasing understanding & acceptance of your inner-self.
  • ATTACHMENT BASED
    Therapists guides you through the examination of your relationship patterns & teaches you about attachment theory, helps you apply it to your own life, & develops more secure attachment.
  • COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)
    A skill-based treatment that focuses on the interconnection of one’s thoughts, behaviors, & emotional experiences. The therapist teaches techniques to examine & reduce unhelpful thoughts & implement new ways behaving that result in desired emotional & behavioral outcomes.
  • CLIENT/PERSON-CENTERED
    You take a leadership role in the process of self-discovery. Self-acceptance & healing are promoted by the therapeutic relationship based on unconditional positive regard & the shared goal of understanding the your unique experiences, goals, & solutions.
  • HOLISTIC
    Viewing the mind, body, & spirit as interdependent components of the whole-person. With the help of a holistic therapist, you can develop increased awareness & acceptance of the whole self, promoting balance, & well-being.
  • FAMILY SYSTEMS
    Family is a powerful emotional unit comprised of complex interactions that impact each individual's wellbeing. The therapist helps each member understand patterns of interaction & behavior w/in the family, & develop healthy new ways of engaging.
  • MULTICULTURAL
    Therapist considers the role cultural, ethnic, & racial identities have in your life experiences while offering an empathetic space to explore how this relates to your process of healing & wellbeing. Bringing a diverse cultural knowledge, openness, & sensitivity to the history of oppression & the politics of power.
  • SUPPORTIVE
    Reinforces your ability to cope with life stressors & challenges. The therapist provides you the opportunity to express your feelings & thoughts, and consider your own hopes, goals, and next steps towards healing and wellbeing.
  • ANXIETY
    Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
  • SEX WORKER & ADULT ENTERTAINER SUPPORT
    aaaa entertainer
  • SEXUAL HARASSMENT & ASSAULT
    Caring support along the pathway to safety, wellbeing, healing, and slowly learning to trust, laugh, and love again in self & others
  • NON-MONOGAMY, POLYAMORY, & KINK
    Exploring one’s values in and beliefs about relationships; practicing boundary-setting, conflict resolution, and romantic or sexual relationship bonding with partners
  • POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
    Healing painful experiences and memories from the past
  • SEX THERAPY & SEXUAL HEALTH
    Addressing emotional, physical, and biological concerns related to sexual intimacy and functioning; education and skill building around topics such as erectile dysfunction, orgasms, low libido, shame, and history of abuse; improving communication to realize a fulfilling sex life......Sex therapy is a specialized way of treating concerns around sex and sexual satisfaction from a psychological perspective, including addressing any mental health conditions that may relate to or arise from these concerns.
  • TRAUMA
    Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
  • LGBTQIA+, GENDER, & SEXUALITY
    Exploring topics of sexuality, gender, and identity; coping with discrimination and oppression; navigating relationship, family, and cultural challenges
  • How Long Is a Tele-Health/Online Therapy Session?
    The length of a tele-health/online therapy sessions can vary. I offer both a 50 and 80 minute session option with the ability to extend even further upon request.
  • Can Tele-Health/Online Therapy Be Just As Effective As Traditional, Face-To-Face/In-Person Therapy Sessions?
    Yes, tele-health/online therapy can be just as beneficial and effective as traditional, face-to-face/in-person therapy. Since tele-health/online treatment is relatively new, there isn’t substantial research validating its worth. That said, some studies indicate promising results. For example, a 2020 study supported that tele-health/online therapy was just as effective as traditional therapy in treating anxiety. With more and more people seeking tele-health/online therapy every year, it is very likely more research will continue to emerge.
  • How Best Can I Prepare For My First Tele-Health/Online Therapy Session?
    Think about what you want to gain from therapy. Are you hoping to improve your self-esteem? Do you want to improve the quality of your relationships? Do you want skills to manage your depression or anxiety? It’s okay if you don’t know how to prioritize your concerns, but it’s important to have a general idea of what you’d like to address. Yet, many clients find it beneficial to write down their goals ahead of time.
  • Why Should I Choose Tele-health/Online Therapy Over Traditional, Face-To-Face/In-Person Therapy Sessions?
    Tele-health/Online therapy has numerous advantages. It’s convenient. Tele-health/Online therapy fits right into your schedule from a location of your choosing. Many clients prefer the discreet nature of logging in for sessions wherever they want. It’s accessible for people lacking transportation or living in more rural areas. You don’t have to worry about commuting to an office or sitting in a waiting room.
  • Are There Any Downsides To Tele-Health/Online Therapy Or Situations When It Isn't Appropriate?
    Some clients prefer the intimate feel of a traditional face-to-face/in-person therapy setting. Additionally, some therapists may have a more challenging time intuiting body language over a screen. In some cases, this discrepancy may affect the therapeutic relationship. With tele-health/online therapy, you are also responsible for ensuring you have a quiet and confidential space for your sessions. If you live with family or other roommates, you must let them know so they can avoid interrupting you. Tele-health/Online therapy isn’t suitable for people in acute psychiatric or medical emergencies. It’s not typically appropriate for clients with severe substance use disorders or eating disorders. Furthermore, if you feel suicidal or psychotic, you may need a referral for a higher level of care.
  • What Technical Equipment Do I Need For Tele-Health/Online Therapy Session?
    You need an internet-connected electronic device like a computer, phone, or tablet with a microphone and video access to meet with your therapist. Some clients also prefer using headphones during their sessions. Beyond technical equipment, it’s crucial to find a space free from distractions, where you’ll be fully comfortable opening up about personal and challenging subjects in a live therapy session.
  • SELF-DOUBT & SELF-ESTEEM
    Exploring how self-doubt shows up in your life & the origins of this self-doubt. Cultivating self-esteem via self-compassion, assertiveness, & confidence; developing ways to reduce suffering, anxiety, social withdrawal, & self-neglect
  • RACE & CULTURAL IDENTITY
    Exploring topics of racial, cultural, & ethnic background as it relates to your (family) origins & personal identity
  • SELF-CARE
    Learning what effective self-care looks like for you & incorporating these strategies into daily life; developing an awareness of wellbeing to identify when you need to practice self-care
  • LIFE PURPOSE & MEANING
    Exploring your beliefs & values around life purpose, meaning, & spirituality; addressing the barriers to living a life that feels fulfilling, including instigating change or developing new habits
  • _
    ABANDONMENT ISSUES Developing an understanding of your abandonment issues, including their origins & how they impact relationships; practicing trust & growing confidence in relationships
  • MIND-BODY CONNECTION
    Practicing mindfulness to draw together how the body feels physically & how the mind feels mentally; healing both physically & mentally
  • COMMUNICATION ISSUES
    Developing effective interpersonal skills in relationships with partners, family, & co-workers; using healthy methods of communication to convey needs & respond to others
  • CHRONIC ILLNESS
    Receiving a diagnosis; adjusting to lifestyle & medication changes; coping with related changes in mood, emotions, & relationships; managing symptoms and stress
  • SHAME
    Exploring how shame shows up in your life & the origins of this shame, especially in specific situations or environments; processing through this shame and developing an empowerment to feel less ashamed in daily life
  • TRUST ISSUES
    Developing an understanding of your trust issues, including their origins & how they impact relationships; learning effective communication & conflict management skills; growing your relationship(s) through bonding activities & open dialogue
  • SPIRITUALITY & RELIGION
    Exploring beliefs & practices related to meaning, existence, and spiritual health & healing; enjoying a deeper felt connection with the spiritual dimension w/in your life
  • DATING
    Exploring your thoughts & beliefs about dating & the values that one brings into the dating world; processing through the ups & downs of meeting new people & starting or ending relationships
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When it comes to comparing coaching and therapy, one is not better or worse. Each person has different goals and what might work for one person might not work for someone else.

A coach can assist you with setting goals and creating an action plan to reach those goals.

A therapist can help you achieve some of your goals too, but they can offer deeper self-exploration, plus cognitive tools for healing and managing mental health.

FOCUS

  • Past, present, & future

  • Mental health

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Addresses thought & relationship patterns

  • No financial guidance

DIRECTION

  • Supports you draw your. own conclusions via insight & introspection

ETHICS

  • Code of Ethics

CONFIDENTIALITY

EDUCATION

  • Varies by state (mandatory 4+ years bachelor's)

  • Master's degree (in some states)

  • Optional Doctoral degree

  • State-Set internship hours required

LICENSURE

  • Supports you draw your. own conclusions via insight & introspection

FOCUS

  • Present & future

  • Goals

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Addresses thought  patterns

  • Addresses relationship patterns sometimes

  • Financial guidance sometimes

DIRECTION

  • Steers desired behavior

ETHICS

  • No global code of ethics (but those certified by ICF have a code based on the honor system)

CONFIDENTIALITY

  • Not legally bound by confidentiality (life coaches certified by ICF are advised to communicate confidentiality, but it's not protected under law)

EDUCATION

  • Optional certificate or supplementary training

LICENSURE

  • No license needed

  • Not regulated

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  • GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE
    Under the No Surprises Act, you are entitled to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” of what the charges could be for the services provided to you. It is not possible for a therapist to know, in advance, how many sessions may be necessary or appropriate for a given person upon the initiation of therapy. Your total cost of services will depend upon the number of sessions you attend, your individual circumstances, and the type and amount of services that are provided to you. This estimate is not a contract and does not obligate you to obtain any services listed, nor does it include any services rendered to you that are not identified here. If you receive a bill at least $400 more than your GFE, you may dispute or appeal the bill.
  • SESSION FEE
    Adult (Individual) 50 minute session: $180 Child/Teen​ (Individual) 50 minute session: $225 Family​ 50 minute session (Family): $250 ​Coaching Call for pricing 24-hour Cancellation Policy
  • INSURANCE
    I do not accept insurance for payment. ​ I encourage you to reach out to your insurance company, as you may be eligible for reimbursement from your insurance company for our sessions. Upon request, Superbills can be generated and emailed to you.
  • PAYMENT OPTIONS
    I accept the following payments via SimplePractice: ​​ Credit Cards Debit Cards Some Government Cards ACH Bank Transfers
  • SLIDING SCALE
    I know this is a tough time, and I am here to help! I am excited to offer a limited number of individual therapy spots. Inquire today to see if you might be a good fit. Schedule a Phone Consultation
  • SCHEDULING
    Our sessions will be 50 minutes long. Currently, I am solely offering teletherapy. In-office visits will be considered post resolve of the current COVID 19 pandemic. ARTICLE: 7 Tips to Prepare for Your First Teletherapy Session
  • INITIAL PHONE CONSULTATION
    Starting therapy can be a daunting process for some people. The first step is to call me for a 15 minute phone consultation. I will ask for your email address and send you a link to my therapist's online portal through Simple Practice so that you can conveniently complete the intake paperwork prior to our initial phone consultation. The intake process is my "digital paperwork". It will ask for basic information about you (demographic information and some personal history). We will talk about what has led you to seek out therapy and I can also answer questions and/or concerns about therapy. This time is used as a way for you to ask any questions or voice any concerns that may pop into your mind. Also, for getting to know a little more about you and what has led to your reaching out. ​ ARTICLE: Beginner's Guide to Therapy: What to ask in a consult?
  • _
    WHY ARE THERE SO MANY DIFFERENT THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES LISTED?? You are an individual with different needs, preferences, goals, personality, etc., and to engage with you utilizing a "one size fits all" approach may do you a disservice. As an integrative therapist, we will work together without any modality boundaries and integrate a combination of different therapeutic approaches tailoring therapy to meet the needs of you, as an individual. Yet, if there is a specific approach you would like to work solely under that is an option, as well.
  • NARRATIVE
    Viewing you as the expert in your own life, narrative therapy offers the opportunity to examine the meaning you make of your life experiences. As you guide the conversation to areas of interest, the therapist supports you to explore, expand, & deepen your understanding of yourself.
  • PSYCHODYNAMIC
    Through collaborative conversation, clients deepen their awareness & understanding of the unconscious mind. Based on Freud’s psychoanalytic theory that thoughts & behaviors are influenced by our unconscious mind & past experiences.
  • ECOTHERAPY
    Sessions are often held outside in nature. Therapists harness the innate relaxing effect that nature has on humans to help them in their mental health journeys. This could include walking in nature, mediating in nature, or even gardening together.
  • GESTALT
    Focusing on achieving personal growth & freedom by increasing self-awareness in present moment experiences. Engaging you in conversations & exercises that bring awareness to your thoughts, emotions, & movements, increasing understanding & acceptance of your inner-self.
  • ATTACHMENT BASED
    Therapists guides you through the examination of your relationship patterns & teaches you about attachment theory, helps you apply it to your own life, & develops more secure attachment.
  • COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY (CBT)
    A skill-based treatment that focuses on the interconnection of one’s thoughts, behaviors, & emotional experiences. The therapist teaches techniques to examine & reduce unhelpful thoughts & implement new ways behaving that result in desired emotional & behavioral outcomes.
  • CLIENT/PERSON-CENTERED
    You take a leadership role in the process of self-discovery. Self-acceptance & healing are promoted by the therapeutic relationship based on unconditional positive regard & the shared goal of understanding the your unique experiences, goals, & solutions.
  • HOLISTIC
    Viewing the mind, body, & spirit as interdependent components of the whole-person. With the help of a holistic therapist, you can develop increased awareness & acceptance of the whole self, promoting balance, & well-being.
  • FAMILY SYSTEMS
    Family is a powerful emotional unit comprised of complex interactions that impact each individual's wellbeing. The therapist helps each member understand patterns of interaction & behavior w/in the family, & develop healthy new ways of engaging.
  • MULTICULTURAL
    Therapist considers the role cultural, ethnic, & racial identities have in your life experiences while offering an empathetic space to explore how this relates to your process of healing & wellbeing. Bringing a diverse cultural knowledge, openness, & sensitivity to the history of oppression & the politics of power.
  • SUPPORTIVE
    Reinforces your ability to cope with life stressors & challenges. The therapist provides you the opportunity to express your feelings & thoughts, and consider your own hopes, goals, and next steps towards healing and wellbeing.
  • ANXIETY
    Coping with excessive worry, nervousness, or stress; intense discomfort in social settings (social anxiety); sudden and intense feelings of panic (panic disorder)
  • SEX WORKER & ADULT ENTERTAINER SUPPORT
    aaaa entertainer
  • SEXUAL HARASSMENT & ASSAULT
    Caring support along the pathway to safety, wellbeing, healing, and slowly learning to trust, laugh, and love again in self & others
  • NON-MONOGAMY, POLYAMORY, & KINK
    Exploring one’s values in and beliefs about relationships; practicing boundary-setting, conflict resolution, and romantic or sexual relationship bonding with partners
  • POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
    Healing painful experiences and memories from the past
  • SEX THERAPY & SEXUAL HEALTH
    Addressing emotional, physical, and biological concerns related to sexual intimacy and functioning; education and skill building around topics such as erectile dysfunction, orgasms, low libido, shame, and history of abuse; improving communication to realize a fulfilling sex life......Sex therapy is a specialized way of treating concerns around sex and sexual satisfaction from a psychological perspective, including addressing any mental health conditions that may relate to or arise from these concerns.
  • TRAUMA
    Coping and healing after threatening or scary events, such as witnessing accidents or experiencing sexual, verbal, emotional, or physical abuse
  • LGBTQIA+, GENDER, & SEXUALITY
    Exploring topics of sexuality, gender, and identity; coping with discrimination and oppression; navigating relationship, family, and cultural challenges
  • How Long Is a Tele-Health/Online Therapy Session?
    The length of a tele-health/online therapy sessions can vary. I offer both a 50 and 80 minute session option with the ability to extend even further upon request.
  • Can Tele-Health/Online Therapy Be Just As Effective As Traditional, Face-To-Face/In-Person Therapy Sessions?
    Yes, tele-health/online therapy can be just as beneficial and effective as traditional, face-to-face/in-person therapy. Since tele-health/online treatment is relatively new, there isn’t substantial research validating its worth. That said, some studies indicate promising results. For example, a 2020 study supported that tele-health/online therapy was just as effective as traditional therapy in treating anxiety. With more and more people seeking tele-health/online therapy every year, it is very likely more research will continue to emerge.
  • How Best Can I Prepare For My First Tele-Health/Online Therapy Session?
    Think about what you want to gain from therapy. Are you hoping to improve your self-esteem? Do you want to improve the quality of your relationships? Do you want skills to manage your depression or anxiety? It’s okay if you don’t know how to prioritize your concerns, but it’s important to have a general idea of what you’d like to address. Yet, many clients find it beneficial to write down their goals ahead of time.
  • Why Should I Choose Tele-health/Online Therapy Over Traditional, Face-To-Face/In-Person Therapy Sessions?
    Tele-health/Online therapy has numerous advantages. It’s convenient. Tele-health/Online therapy fits right into your schedule from a location of your choosing. Many clients prefer the discreet nature of logging in for sessions wherever they want. It’s accessible for people lacking transportation or living in more rural areas. You don’t have to worry about commuting to an office or sitting in a waiting room.
  • Are There Any Downsides To Tele-Health/Online Therapy Or Situations When It Isn't Appropriate?
    Some clients prefer the intimate feel of a traditional face-to-face/in-person therapy setting. Additionally, some therapists may have a more challenging time intuiting body language over a screen. In some cases, this discrepancy may affect the therapeutic relationship. With tele-health/online therapy, you are also responsible for ensuring you have a quiet and confidential space for your sessions. If you live with family or other roommates, you must let them know so they can avoid interrupting you. Tele-health/Online therapy isn’t suitable for people in acute psychiatric or medical emergencies. It’s not typically appropriate for clients with severe substance use disorders or eating disorders. Furthermore, if you feel suicidal or psychotic, you may need a referral for a higher level of care.
  • What Technical Equipment Do I Need For Tele-Health/Online Therapy Session?
    You need an internet-connected electronic device like a computer, phone, or tablet with a microphone and video access to meet with your therapist. Some clients also prefer using headphones during their sessions. Beyond technical equipment, it’s crucial to find a space free from distractions, where you’ll be fully comfortable opening up about personal and challenging subjects in a live therapy session.
  • SELF-DOUBT & SELF-ESTEEM
    Exploring how self-doubt shows up in your life & the origins of this self-doubt. Cultivating self-esteem via self-compassion, assertiveness, & confidence; developing ways to reduce suffering, anxiety, social withdrawal, & self-neglect
  • RACE & CULTURAL IDENTITY
    Exploring topics of racial, cultural, & ethnic background as it relates to your (family) origins & personal identity
  • SELF-CARE
    Learning what effective self-care looks like for you & incorporating these strategies into daily life; developing an awareness of wellbeing to identify when you need to practice self-care
  • LIFE PURPOSE & MEANING
    Exploring your beliefs & values around life purpose, meaning, & spirituality; addressing the barriers to living a life that feels fulfilling, including instigating change or developing new habits
  • _
    ABANDONMENT ISSUES Developing an understanding of your abandonment issues, including their origins & how they impact relationships; practicing trust & growing confidence in relationships
  • MIND-BODY CONNECTION
    Practicing mindfulness to draw together how the body feels physically & how the mind feels mentally; healing both physically & mentally
  • COMMUNICATION ISSUES
    Developing effective interpersonal skills in relationships with partners, family, & co-workers; using healthy methods of communication to convey needs & respond to others
  • CHRONIC ILLNESS
    Receiving a diagnosis; adjusting to lifestyle & medication changes; coping with related changes in mood, emotions, & relationships; managing symptoms and stress
  • SHAME
    Exploring how shame shows up in your life & the origins of this shame, especially in specific situations or environments; processing through this shame and developing an empowerment to feel less ashamed in daily life
  • TRUST ISSUES
    Developing an understanding of your trust issues, including their origins & how they impact relationships; learning effective communication & conflict management skills; growing your relationship(s) through bonding activities & open dialogue
  • SPIRITUALITY & RELIGION
    Exploring beliefs & practices related to meaning, existence, and spiritual health & healing; enjoying a deeper felt connection with the spiritual dimension w/in your life
  • DATING
    Exploring your thoughts & beliefs about dating & the values that one brings into the dating world; processing through the ups & downs of meeting new people & starting or ending relationships

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