I understand that therapy requires a financial commitment. Counseling is an investment in your future and your family. Counseling sessions are 50-55 minutes in length and require an investment of $175 per session. I am able to accept check, cash, credit/debit cards. I can also accept your HSA or Flexible Spending cards. Read more about Investment & Fees here.
I am currently in the office Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday and offer in person and tele-health appointments. At this time, I only have daytime appointment available (before 5pm).
I do not participate with any insurance companies, however, you may be eligible for partial reimbursement from your insurance company. You can verify your out of network benefits by calling the customer care number on the back of your card. It should be noted: to do this, I am required by insurance companies to give you a “Diagnosis Code” which may become part of your permanent medical record. You will receive a receipt, that you can submit to your insurance company.
There are several ways to schedule an appointment. The best way to get started is to use my online scheduler to schedule a free phone consultation. This will avoid the lovely game of phone tag! Click here to schedule your free 15 minute phone consultation. Within 24 business hours, you will receive a confirmation of your appointment with a super short questionnaire to complete to help me best prepare for our call. If you don’t see it, please check your spam folder!
I understand that things come up unexpectedly at times, so you can cancel or reschedule your appointment with at least 24 hours notice. If it’s less than 24 hours notice, you will be charged for the appointment.
Totally! Confidentiality is an integral component of the counseling relationship fostering a safe place to navigate difficult issues. Your right to confidentiality will be carefully maintained and will only be disclosed with your explicit written permission. The only exception to confidentiality exists when there is possible harm to yourself or others.
Absolutely not! I get it, my title can be a bit confusing. As a Marriage and Family Therapist we are trained to see individuals as part of an interconnected system. We believe that individuals need to be understood within the context of their environment (family, society, relationships) for treatment interventions to attend to the root issues causing the family or individual distress. It is my belief that this way of looking at “problems” results in the quickest and most long-lasting change.