$200 for a 50 minute session, more for longer sessions, pro-rated (fee subject to change for new clients).
At-home session (in client's home) rate depends on location.
In Network Insurance:
No longer accepted. If you received a list with this provider's name from your insurance company, that information is out of date.
Out Of Network Insurance Coverage:
Your insurance plan might offer partial or full reimbursement for providers who are not contracted in network, once the Out-Of-Network Deductible has been met. I provide "courtesy billing," which means I submit an insurance claim as an out-of-network provider, and once the insurance pays its part, I give you an invoice for your share (your "co-insurance").
You are still responsible for service fees if it turns out the insurance didn’t cover them. Please inform me if your insurance changed, since there is no guarantee that the new insurance covers out-of-network providers.
Services COVERED by Insurance
In-office services: individual therapy, family therapy, and parenting sessions.
NOT COVERED by insurance
School or home observations, therapist attending school meetings, phone calls, writing reports and letters, consultation with other professionals, any session time beyond 53 minutes, and canceled appointments. Fees for all these services are at therapist’s discretion.
NO FREE CONSULTATIONS. All services are billed on an hourly/session basis.
How do I find out what my insurance covers?
If you provide me your insurance member number, I will look up your benefits, but I might not have access to all the information. I recommend you call the members phone number on your card and ask your insurance:
- Do you cover out-of-network providers?
- What is my out-of-network deductible? How much of it has been met so far this year?
- Do I need pre-authorization?
- What is my co-insurance?
- What services are covered (in-person, telehealth, individual/family)?
- Is there a limit to the number of session?
How do I begin?
Call or email to inquire about booking a session.
Why can’t I schedule a full session, only a phone call?
Existing clients can use the client portal to schedule any type of session during available hours. Prospective clients can only schedule a call to inquire about setting up a first session. Before scheduling a first session, we want to see if I am the right therapist for you. A good fit between client and the type of issues the therapist can treat is crucial to the success of treatment. The purpose of the initial call is to see whether we should book the first session. It is not a free consultation. Case material will be discussed on the first session.
Also, during the initial call, I will address medical insurance. If I cannot address your therapy needs or if you need to use in-network insurance, we will not book a session.