Counseling Intake (Individual or Family 90 mins.) $150.00
Individual or Family Session (50 mins.) $110.00
No Show or Late Cancellation (less than 24 hours) $110.00
Cash, check, HSA, and most major credit cards are accepted for payment.
If you do not show up for your scheduled therapy appointment,
and you have not notified me at least 24 hours in advance, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.
I currently do not accept insurance.
By investing in your health through private pay,
you receive a more individualized therapy experience.
What does that mean?
You choose your therapist, your method of treatment, and length of treatment.
You don't need a diagnosis to receive help and support.
Your privacy and confidentiality remain intact.
If you would like to receive services through your insurance, please contact your insurance company and request a list of in-network mental health providers. I can also provide referrals to local therapists who accept your insurance. If your insurance company accepts Superbills (a receipt of services paid for out-of-pocket), I am happy to provide one for you to submit to your carrier for reimbursement. Please see the information below about involving your insurance company in your treatment.
A specific medical/mental health diagnosis must be documented and provided to the insurance carrier before they will pay for your counseling. This diagnosis will be part of your permanent medical record.
Insurance carriers require details regarding your reason for counseling before processing your claim.
Based on your situation, managed care companies will decide if counseling is medically necessary, what specific types of treatment are approved, and how many counseling sessions you are allotted.
For example, an insurance company may not consider bereavement a valid reason to attend therapy. If they do, they may only allow 6-8 therapy sessions, when in reality, someone who is grieving often benefits from support longer than that.
Insurance companies occasionally conduct audits, which require mental health providers to give the insurance company a client’s complete clinical record, including session notes and other sensitive information.