"We don't have to do it all alone. We were never meant to." - Brene Brown
Therapy is both a commitment and an investment. In order to be effective, it's crucial you attend regularly so that each session can productively progress from the previous one, rather than being spent "catching up."
All initial consultations are free and are about 10-15 minutes long.
The fee for a 60 minute intake (diagnostic) session is $150. The fee for a standard individual/couples session (typically 50-55 minutes) is $140. The fee for a 90 minute session is $225. Longer sessions are scheduled upon request and are pro-rated.
EMDR Intensive: Intensives are longer sessions, sometimes lasting 3-5 hours or several consecutive days. This allows time to move more deeply into the work without interruption and can be useful for individuals who are unable to attend weekly therapy. Intensives are very effective at providing relief in a shorter amount of time. These sessions are prorated at an hourly rate.
Sliding scale: If these rates are truly out of range for you, please let me know and we can discuss a more personalized pricing structure or I can make a referral.
I am out-of-network provider with all insurance. Those who wish to use insurance can utilize their "out-of-network benefits," as most insurance plans will reimburse you 40-70% of their "allowable rate." I will provide you a monthly receipt (which insurance companies call a "superbill"), which you will submit for reimbursement from your insurance. All plans reimburse different amounts and I encourage you to contact your specific plan for details about this. Good questions to ask are:
Do I have mental health insurance benefits?
What is my deductible and has it been met?
How many sessions per year does my health insurance cover?
What is the coverage amount per therapy session?
Is approval required from my primary care physician?
Does my mental health plan cover teletherapy?
Appointments are reserved for you; I ask for 24 hours notice prior to cancellation, or the session will be billed in full.
Good Faith Estimates
As of January 1, 2022, all healthcare providers are required to provide estimates for the cost of your care. The Good Faith Estimate shows the cost of items and services that are reasonably expected for your healthcare needs and treatment. This will be provided by this office upon scheduling and/or as requested. This Good Faith Estimate does not include unexpected costs that could arise during treatment.