INDIVIDUAL
THERAPY

$75 initial / $50 Follow Up

SEX
THERAPY

$75 initial / $50 Follow Up

COUPLES
COUNSELING

$75 initial / $50 Follow Up

GROUP
COUNSELING

$75 initial / $50 Follow Up

** All sessions as quoted above are 55 mins long. **

I am not in-network with any insurance plan, which means I am not able to accept any insurance at this moment. However, if you’d like to use your PPO benefits to cover a portion of out-of-network counseling, I’m happy to provide you with a superbill statement that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. I’d suggest inquiring about your specific benefits with your insurance carrier. My focus is on your treatment, but I understand the need to offset the costs and I will help as much as I can. My office is able to accept all major forms of payment for your convenience – cash, check, PayPal, and all major credit cards.

REDUCED
FEE

I don’t want finances to be a roadblock as you’re seeking help. For this reason, I offer my services on a reduced sliding scale based on financial needs and requirements. If I’m unable to accommodate you, I’ll be happy to suggest an appropriate referral.

CANCELLATION
POLICY

Please Note: If you are unable to make your scheduled therapy appointment, and you haven’t notified my office at least 24 hours in advance, you will still be billed for the full cost of the session.

BENEFITS OF PAYING OUT OF POCKET VERSUS USING INSURANCE

All insurance companies mandate that the individual seeking therapy obtain a diagnosis. This is so the insurance company can determine whether THEY feel that therapy is “medically necessary” for you.

Insurance companies typically have the right to audit your treatment plan and progress notes, which compromises confidentiality. They may limit your coverage to a set number of therapy sessions per year, regardless of what you may be going through.

Other things to consider are timing, long-term costs, and availability. Often times your insurance provider may require you to meet a deductible before coverage kicks in, and at times, meeting the deductible can take some time. If you have a set number of sessions and a high deductible, using your insurance may not be the most cost-effective option long-term.

Above all, you are limited to therapists that are only within network so finding the “right fit” may prove to be even more challenging at times.

Considering all of the above, paying out-of-pocket may be a better fit for some. Please feel free to contact me to discuss further.

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