Individual-Adult is $170 per 50 minute session.
Individual-Child/Teen is $180 per 50 minute session
Family is $200 per 50 minute session.
*Currently, I do not have any Sliding Scale time slots available.*
I do not accept insurance for payment.
I encourage you to reach out to your insurance company, as you may be eligible for reimbursement from your insurance company for our sessions.
If you choose to claim out-of-network insurance benefits for your service, you should contact your insurance company directly to determine whether or not you have out-of-network coverage and the amount. Invoice statements will be automatically generated and emailed to you, if you wish to submit them to your insurance company for reimbursement.
Do you ONLY seek out therapy if you've endured a trauma?
A common misconception people have is that you must have endured a trauma or a mental disorder to seek out therapy. That is not true at all. Plenty of people (all genders, ethnicities, ages, etc.) would like unbiased and unfiltered "advice" from a professional.
Initial Phone Consultation
Starting therapy can be a daunting process for some people. The first step is to call me for a free phone consultation. We will talk about what has led you to seek out therapy and I will answer your questions and/or concerns about therapy. This time is used as a way for the potential client to ask any questions or voice any concerns that may pop into their mind. Also, for getting to know a little more about them and what has led to their reaching out.
Scheduling & Teletherapy
Our sessions will be 50 minutes long. Currently, I am solely offering teletherapy. In-office visits will be considered post resolve of the current COVID 19 pandemic.
Teletherapy is providing therapy through a live video connection, over the internet. You receive the same treatment as you would in person, it's just done through a computer! If you've ever used Skype on your computer or FaceTime on your iPhone, you've used the same type of technology teletherapy uses.
Mental Health & Covid-19
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