Where is your office?

Currently, I see most clients virtually.

We meet on Zoom, a HIPAA-approved meeting platform, while you enjoy the comfort of your home or office. This is a convenient way to work together since you won’t be taking time and energy out of your day to drive to an office.

In-person sessions are an option for clients living in or near Las Vegas, Nevada. If you like, we may have sessions outdoors in nature, such as in a park or easy hiking trail.

Can we have sessions anywhere?

We can work together no matter where you are in the United States or abroad for coaching.

You’ll need to be in Nevada, New York, Connecticut, or Rhode Island for therapy.

How long are sessions?

Therapy sessions are 45-50 minutes. Coaching sessions are 60 minutes.

Longer sessions are available depending on your needs and goals. We can discuss this together.

How do I pay you?

Credit cards and debit cards are accepted. A Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) card may also be used for therapy.

Cash is accepted for in-person therapy or coaching sessions.

Do you take insurance?

I do not take insurance for therapy. I will provide you with a Superbill for you to submit to your insurance company.

Coaching is not covered by insurance. Many of my clients consider it an investment in themselves – in their personal and professional development.

What is your cancellation policy?
I charge for sessions canceled less than 48 hours in advance unless you have an emergency or if we can schedule another time to meet in the same week as your appointment.
How can I schedule an appointment?

You can call (702) 444-0601 or email dr.gionta@gmail.com.

What is a free initial phone consultation?
As an interested new client, I offer a 20-minute, free-of-charge consultation via phone to see if we are a good fit. We’ll also discuss availability and scheduling.
How often do we meet?

This depends on your individual needs and goals and whether it is for therapy or coaching.

Initially, we will work together weekly. Because my schedule fills up quickly, I recommend finding a weekly appointment time that works well for you.

How do I know if I need a therapist or coach?

Consider what led you to reach out for help.

Do you sense that past issues or feelings are holding you back, and you’d like to resolve them? Do you believe that some part of your life needs healing, or you may be experiencing some anxiety, grief, or depression? If so, therapy is likely the best choice for you.

Coaching is often the best choice if you are interested in developing a particular skill (i.e., leadership, setting boundaries), accomplishing a particular goal, or making a courageous life or career change.

Together, we’ll determine what’s best when we speak.

What is Life Coaching?

It is a partnership between a client and a professional coach. Any area of life can be the focus – including relationships, wellbeing, career, becoming our best selves, or pursuing a dream.

The client’s self-awareness, skills, personal responsibility, and sense of empowerment are increased through the coaching relationship. Recognition of one’s strengths and possibilities are expanded, and a plan is created together to achieve desired goals and success.

What is Executive Coaching?
It is a trusted partnership with senior managers or leaders within an organization (such as a director, vice president, president, or member of the C-suite). Through the coaching process, an executive coach helps the leader identify strengths and blind spots, develop greater self and situational awareness, and set challenging goals to perform at their best with accountability and support.
What is one of the most memorable compliments you received from a client?

“I never knew therapy could be fun!”

…It is this and much more!

Where is one of your favorite places in Las Vegas?
Valley of Fire and Red Rock Canyon. If you visit Vegas, you must visit one of them.
What else do you love doing besides coaching and therapy?
Traveling. It is truly a passion of mine. And eating, especially when I travel. 🙂