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Invest in your Mental Health

Transparency is important when you're trying to make informed decisions about your health. Here's a breakdown of what you can expect to pay for sessions. All prices listed are private pay. Check out Financial FAQs for more info.

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Initial Consultation- 15 minutes


Do you have questions you'd like answered before committing to an actual appointment? Are you wondering if you and I will be a good therapeutic fit?

I offer a free 15-minute consultation (phone or in-person) to answer questions and help determine if my services are the right fit for you. It makes all the difference when trying to make an informed decision about starting therapy.

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Individual Therapy- 50 minutes


A typical therapy session is 50 minutes long. Our first session allows me to learn your unique story and develop therapy goals that best fit your needs. Each session afterwards is unique, but you can expect a few basic elements each time: having a safe space to process thoughts and emotions, learning new skills and strategies & steadily working to reach your healing goals. As your therapist, I am there to guide you through every step of the way.

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Individual Therapy- 90 minutes


Need a bit more time? A standard 50-minute session is not always enough to cover all the things you want to address in therapy. Longer sessions can allow for deeper exploration of issues, instead of having to cover complex topics over a series of appointments. A 90-minute session can also accommodate multiple therapy modalities to address several therapy goals at once. This is helpful if you're looking to see quick progress.

Financial FAQ's

Do you take any insurance?

At this time, I an not contracted with any insurance companies and am considered an "out-of-network" provider. 

Why private pay?

Private pay therapy allows you to take control of your mental health and invest in your own wellbeing. Paying for services out-of-pocket allows you to have access to the care you need quickly and easily, without worrying about insurance restrictions and coverage. You can choose a therapist that is the best fit for you and have greater flexibility around privacy and length/type of treatment.


What forms of payment do you accept?

I accept all major credit cards and HSA cards. 

Can I get therapy services reimbursed by my insurance company? 

Each insurance company has its own rules and policies about what they cover and/or reimburse. It is up to you to contact your insurance provider to see if they offer reimbursement for out-of-network mental health services. While I do not work directly with insurance providers, I can supply you with documentation that your insurance company will need to determine if they will reimburse.

How do I know what my overall cost for therapy will be?

You will receive a Good Faith Estimate at the beginning of therapy. The Good Faith Estimate provides you with an estimated cost of services you can expect to pay, based on your needs when we first meet. See below for more info.

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Good Faith Estimate

Effective January 1, 2022, a ruling went into effect called the “No Surprises Act,” which requires mental health practitioners to provide a “Good Faith Estimate” about out-of-network care to any patient who is uninsured or who is insured but does not plan to use their insurance benefits to pay for health care items or services.


The Good Faith Estimate works to show the cost of services that are reasonably expected for your mental health care needs, based on information known at the time. Your actual cost of services will depend upon the number of psychotherapy sessions you attend, your individual circumstances, and the type and amount of services that are provided to you.

You are entitled to receive this “Good Faith Estimate” of what the charges could be for psychotherapy services provided to you.



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