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  • Initial Consultation: Free of Charge

  • $200 - 50 minutes individual therapy

  • $240 - 50 minutes couple/family therapy 


What to Expect

Initial consultation: 15 minutes

I offer a free, no obligation telephone or virtual consultation to help you determine if I am a good fit for you. At the end of the consult we can take next steps, which might include setting up an intake session, or I can help you find the provider(s) or resources you need.

Intake session(s) 

During our initial sessions, we will begin to explore your concerns and determine what positive changes you're hoping to achieve in therapy. Based on what we discuss, I will present you with treatment options and we will decide together what works best for you.

Treatment (8-14 sessions on average)

We will work together to meet your goals. Treatment typically lasts 8-14 sessions, but depending on your particular needs and goals, we can work together for shorter or longer periods of time. You are in charge of your care and I will always work with you to keep a comfortable pace for progress.

Cancellation policy

I require 24 hours notice to cancel or re-schedule an appointment. For appointments cancelled or rescheduled within less than 24 hours, the full fee for services is assessed.

Insurance Reimbursement

I am not in-network with commercial health insurance plans. For patients with out-of-network benefits (PPO, POS plans), I provide a Superbill that can be submitted to your insurance company for reimbursement. PPO and POS plans with type of coverage often reimburse 60-80% of fees. 

This practice has partnered with Reimbursify for you to easily submit your claims for out-of-network health insurance reimbursement.  

Your first five claims for this practice are free. File your claims.

Please verify your out-of-network coverage. 

To do so, contact your insurance carrier (e.g., Aetna, Anthem, etc.) and ask:

a) what behavioral health services do they cover out-of-network 

b) how many sessions they cover 

c) what is the rate of reimbursement 

d) what is your deductible