Therapy: $175 and up per 50-minute session
Full-Time College Students: $95 per 50-minute session (please note this rate
is for college students who do not have insurance)
Other Services (i.e., Supervision, Workshops, etc.): please contact me
to discuss rate
In-Network Insurance Plans
Services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or
employee benefit plan. I am a panel provider for:
Please check your coverage carefully by asking the following questions:
- Do I have mental health insurance benefits?
What services are covered (i.e., TeleHealth, individual, marital/couple's therapy,
- 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?
- Is the provider I would like to see considered an in-network provider?
NOTE : Some insurance plans
DO NOT pay for Marriage or Pre-marital
Counseling services. Please check with your insurance provider.
Reduced fee services are available on a limited basis only for daytime
Cash vs Insurance: What all clients need to understand
It is important to understand a few issues when choosing to use your
insurance for mental health services. When seeking psychotherapy services at
any clinic, and submitting these services to your insurance company, you
will be forming a record of your status and treatment, just like a medical
record. This means that in order for insurance to cover this treatment,
there must be an illness, or disorder, that is diagnosed and reported to the
insurance company, just like a flu diagnosed by a doctor demonstrating a
reason for the treatment. This information can then be requested by other
insurance policies you apply for, and other entities if required by their
policies. Many people do not have concerns about this, or complications with
it either, but it is important for you to be informed.
When paying cash for psychotherapy sessions, there is more confidentiality
in the sense that insurance companies do not have access to the record of a
diagnosis or of your treatment. In addition, you are also then able to seek
counseling services without being required to have an illness.
KEY DIFFERENCE: Privately paid / cash therapy does not
require an illness/diagnosis, and provides more confidentiality than
sessions paid by insurance.
Request a therapy appointment online
for further information.