RATES & INSURANCE?
DO YOU OFFER SLIDING SCALE RATES?
HOW LONG DOES EACH THERAPY SESSION TAKE?
I am an out-of-network provider and do not work directly with my client’s insurance.
Most out of network plans will cover anywhere from 40-80% of
the cost of our sessions.
I will provide a superbill
each month if requested.
Limited Space Sliding Scale ($95-$145)
I offer a few sliding scale sessions through Open Path Collective
for individuals at $70/session.
You can check out my profile on OPC
to see if I am currently accepting OP clients
at this time or I encourage you to check
them out for lower rate options
for individuals and couples therapy.
Your first 2 sessions are your intake sessions and will be 55 minutes long.
After your intake sessions,
each week we will meet for 45 minutes. Couples/Relationship sessions are
50-55 minutes after
the initial intake sessions.
You may want to ask the following questions of your insurance provider to limit any surprises or misunderstandings about your coverage:
Do I have out-of-network mental health benefits?
Do I have a deductible? How much is it and how much has been met?
What percentage of the therapy fee is covered?
Is there a maximum amount covered per session?
How many sessions are covered per year?
Do you reimburse at a different rate for 60 minute sessions and 45 minute session?
WHAT METHODS OF PAYMENT DO YOU ACCEPT?
Since I use remote therapy to meet with clients, I will keep the card
of your choosing on file to process the billing through my
HIPPA compliant billing software Simple Practice.
WHAT IS YOUR CANCELLATION POLICY?
Clients are responsible for paying for all scheduled sessions. If cancellation occurs 24 hours or more before the appointment, I will make every effort possible to reschedule the missed session. Clients are responsible for paying the full fee for the session if the cancellation is less than 24 hours, for no show appointments, or if we are unable to reschedule within 1 week. Please note that insurance will not reimburse for missed/cancelled sessions.
IS THERAPY CONFIDENTIAL?
Communications between a client and their therapist
are completely confidential. No information is disclosed
without prior written permission from the client.
However, there are some exceptions. I am required by law to report to the authorities the following circumstances:
-If I suspect that an individual may be involved in child abuse or dependent adult or elder abuse.
-If a client intends to harm themselves.
-If a client is threatening serious bodily harm to another person.