55-minute individual session: $180
55-minute couples session: $200
90-minute sessions: $260
For those interested in more intensive work (2-5 sessions per week), I offer a range of fees based on financial circumstance and agreed upon session frequency.
Slides scale services are offered on a limited basis.
Session Duration and Frequency
Psychotherapy works best with regularly scheduled sessions, usually weekly. My schedule is such that sessions need to end on time so please be aware that if you are late we will have less time together. Texting is appropriate if you are running late.
Frequency of sessions varies. Once a week is the minimum recommended and the most common, however meeting more frequently is an option and can be most effective in achieving long lasting change.
Billing and Insurance
Payment will be expected directly from you at each session, by check, cash, Health Savings account card or major credit card.
Though I am not in-network with any insurance company, I will provide you each month with an invoice which can be submitted to your insurance provider for out-of-network reimbursement if such coverage is available to you.
Scheduling and Cancellation
We will schedule a standing time to meet each week that will be reserved for you. You are financially responsible for that time whether you attend or not. If you need to reschedule, I will do my best to accommodate you. In the interest of maintaining continuity and consistency, I request that you try to honor your scheduled appointments. If you attend once per week, I offer one "freebie" missed session per year. If you attend twice a week, then two "freebie" sessions are allotted. If I have to cancel a session, you are not responsible for the session fee. I will provide notice ahead of time for scheduled time away.
For those who travel frequently, I offer remote sessions (via phone or HIPAA-compliant video methods) as a means of minimizing disruption to our work.
Services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance. Please check your coverage carefully by asking the following questions:
- Do I have out-of-network benefits?
- What is my deductible and has it been met?
- What is the coverage amount per therapy session?
- Is family/couples therapy a covered service?