I work Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 10:00 am to 7:00 pm and Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
My fee is $160 for a 60-minute session if you are using your insurance. My out-of-pocket (i.e. out-of-network) fee is $120 for a 60-minute session. Payment is due at the beginning of each session. I accept cash, check, debit, credit, or Health Savings Account (HSA) cards.
I am also an “out-of-network” provider on most other insurance plans. This means that you pay me at each session, and I can provide you with an invoice which you can then submit directly to your insurance company. Your insurance company will then reimburse you the pre-approved portion of the fees (see next section for questions to ask your insurance company to find out what they’ll cover).
Please know that, when using health insurance, you will be given a mental health diagnosis (I will be required to by your insurance company). Some people choose to not use their insurance because of this.
If I am “out-of-network” for you, you can call your insurance company (check the back of your insurance card for the phone numbers to call) and ask them the following questions:
You certainly can! All I need is your e-mail address and phone number to get you started. You’ll log onto a secure client portal where you fill out all the paperwork needed, and I’ll review it before our appointment. If you do not fill out paperwork before the session we will need to use some of our time for you to do that during your first session (probably 15-20 minutes).
There is no “right” schedule, but in general therapy is most effective when it happens on a consistent basis in a stable, safe relationship. I suggest most clients begin with weekly or biweekly appointments. As we work together this may change based on your needs and situation.
I accept checks, cash and credit/debit cards and payment is due at the beginning of each session.
As I reserve each hour’s slot for my clients, I require 48 hours notice; otherwise you will be responsible for the full session fee. Please note: You will be charged a cancellation fee even if you are using your insurance, as insurance can’t be billed for missed sessions.
An appointment is considered a ‘no-show’ if you do not cancel and do not attend the appointment, or if you are more than 15 minutes late without advanced notice that you are running late. In both of these instances you will be charged the full session fee for the reserved time and will need to call to reschedule.