An investment in you.
Therapy is a place for your discovery, growth, and healing.
It’s an investment in yourself and your well-being. You are making a commitment to yourself financially and through your time and effort.
And meaningful changes can happen in relatively short amounts of time.
I recommend starting with weekly sessions for a month or two to gain traction and explore your goals. Together we assess from there and may decide to move to biweekly, triweekly, or monthly.
Depending on your efforts and desired goals, your length of time in therapy will vary, with generally a minimum of four to six months.
Learn more about what therapy is like here.
Part of my job is to work myself out of a job with you.
Consultation: no charge
20-25 minutes - let's connect to see if we're a fit
Late cancel fee: $80
Please cancel before the 24-hour window of your session to avoid the late cancel fee.
Intake/first session: $180
Standard/indiv session: $140
Couple & Extended Indiv session: $210
90 minutes (all couple sessions are 90 minutes)
I accept major credit cards and HSA or FSA as payment types. Check with your plans for HSA or FSA if you have questions about them.
I use a secure payment system that sends you a link for entering your card information. I never see your full card data.
Payment is due at the time of service.
Insurance: I am not contracted or paneled.
I am considered a private- or self-pay practitioner in that I am out-of-network for all insurance panels.
I do not accept insurance as I prefer that our work not be restricted by insurance requirements and limitations. In addition, their perspective is that psychotherapy is a tool for an illness rather than a tool for mental and emotional well-being.
You still have the option of submitting to your insurance company; at your request, I can provide you with a superbill for you to submit for possible reimbursement. Please contact your provider to verify your plan.
My ethical code requires that I assess for and provide a diagnosis for your file so that you and I can work together to create an appropriate treatment plan. Your diagnosis remains private information for my file only unless you choose to submit a superbill to your insurance company for reimbursement.
Should you choose to submit a superbill to your insurance company, your diagnosis becomes part of your permanent medical record and follows you throughout your lifetime. In addition, when involving an insurance company, even for reimbursement, they have the right to request your records.