Fees & Insurance
My fee is $200 per session.
Providing therapy to people in need is important, and I reserve a number of appointments each week for those with limited financial resources
If you can not afford my full fee, determine what would fit your budget (assuming we met on a weekly basis) and we can discuss this during a consultation call.
You can pay at the end of each session by cash, check, credit card, or Health Savings Account.
I don’t accept insurance because insurance companies impose an unrealistic amount of bureaucratic work on therapists in exchange for very low payments.
I focus on providing high quality treatment rather than burning out from administrative work and conducting substandard therapy.
At the start of each month, you can use my client portal to obtain a receipt (also called a “superbill”) for the previous month’s payments. You can submit your receipt/superbill to your insurance company for reimbursement if you have out-of-network mental health coverage.
To learn more about what your insurance company will and will not cover, give your insurance company a call, let the customer service rep know you are interested in learning about your “out-of-network mental health benefits,” and ask:
What is my deductible? (In other words, how much will you be required to pay before they begin to reimburse you?)
What percentage of therapy fees will they cover?
Are there any limits on coverage, such as number of sessions per year?
What are the steps involved in submitting a receipt/superbill for reimbursement?
Feel free to let me know if you have any questions, and I’ll be happy to help with as much of this process as possible.