"Nothing ever goes away until it has taught us what we need to know."
Please carefully review my fees and insurance limitations below prior to scheduling an appointment. Of course, feel free to call me with any questions.
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Accessibility: The office is wheelchair-accessible, located on the third floor of a building with an elevator.
Initial Consultation: If you would like to speak by phone prior to our first meeting, I offer a free 20-minute phone consultation upon request.
Fee for 50-minute session: $210.
I reserve reduced-fee sessions for existing clients dealing with financial hardship.
I require that a credit or debit card be kept on file, even if you choose to pay by another method.
Payment is due at the time of service. Therapy will only be effective, especially in the beginning, if you can commit to weekly appointments. I do not offer meetings on a less frequent basis.
Methods of Payment: I accept cash, check, and major credit/debit cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover).
I do not currently accept insurance payments directly. However, if you have a Flexible Health Spending Plan, Health Savings Account, or PPO plan, I can provide an itemized bill that you may submit for reimbursement. Instructions for how to ask your insurance company about this are below.
If you are unsure of what kind of mental health coverage your insurance plan offers, and would like to find out whether it will reimburse you for therapy sessions with me, do the following:
1. Ask if you need a referral from your doctor to work with an MFT. If you do, make sure to obtain this referral.
2. Ask your insurance company if it requires the therapist to be part of a preferred provider network, or if there are otherwise any limitations on which therapy services you can be reimbursed for.
3. Ask about the amounts of your deductible and co-pay, and if there is a limit to how many sessions are covered.
I choose not to contract with most commercial insurance companies directly because doing so is often, for a variety of reasons, not in your best interest as a therapy client. For one, not using your insurance affords you the highest degree of confidentiality possible. Read more about why I do not accept insurance.
If you are looking for a therapist with a different fee structure, or who is able to accept direct reimbursement from your insurance, I am happy to provide you with referrals to trusted colleagues.
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