How do we start?
If you chose to contact me, we will begin by scheduling a 30-minute initial consultation to assess whether we might be a good fit to work together. This is in person at my office, unless we decide otherwise. I find that having a chance to meet in person and see the office is often helpful for patients in deciding if it feels like a good fit. Based on this conversation, we will either schedule an intake session to begin our work together or I will suggest to you other referral options.
Do you take insurance?
I am not in-network with any insurance provider at this time. I can be seen as an out-of-network provider if you have out-of-network benefits. This means you will pay me directly and request reimbursement from your insurance company. I will provide you with monthly invoices needed to do this. Each company has different policies for reimbursement and I encourage you to find out what your plan offers before our initial meeting.
You can also check out Better - a service that will help you find out more information on how much your insurance company will reimburse and will do the filing on your behalf.
What is your cancellation policy?
I have a 24 hour cancellation policy and payment is required if session is cancelled within 24hrs. More information on this and my other policies can be found in the Cancellation and Informed Consent forms which we will go over upon intake.
Pricing & Frequency
Individual psychotherapy sessions are 45-55 minutes long and occur once or twice per week.
- Initial Consultation: free, 30 minute in-person meeting
- Intake Session & Individual Therapy Sessions: $180
- Family / 75 minute sessions: $220
Do you offer a sliding scale?
I do reserve sliding scale slots, the availability of which depend on financial situation, time and scheduling of sessions. I would be happy to discuss this option at the time of initial consultation. My lowest sliding scale opening at this time is $100 and is also subject to the above mentioned factors.
I accept private pay via credit card, cash, check, or Health Savings Accounts. Payment is due at the time of session.