What is the cost?

Therapy sessions are generally set at $150 per 50 minute session. I accept cash, check, or credit. Please see the insurance statement below and check with your provider to see if you have "out-of-network" benefits if you are seeking insurance reimbursement, as I am not an in-network provider. A sliding fee scale based on annual income may be considered for clients who experience financial hardship. Please call for more information.

Do you take insurance?

I am not an in-network provider, but I do accept clients who have “out-of-network” benefits. Clinical Services may be covered in part or in full by your health insurance plan. Please check your coverage carefully by asking your provider these questions:

Do I have "out-of-network" mental health insurance benefits?

What is my deductible and has it been met?

What is my "co-insurance"?

How many sessions per year does my health insurance cover?

What is the coverage amount per session?

Is approval required from my primary care doctor?

In instances where out-of-network benefits are covered, you will be responsible for payment at the time of service and your insurance will reimburse your expenses.

What is considered Trauma?

Excellent question. Webster defines it as “a deeply distressing or disturbing experience.” What’s important to consider is that the degree to which the experience is distressing or disturbing varies from individual to individual. And, it matters less what the actual traumatic event is as much as how it is perceived by the individual going through the trauma. So, a breakup, for example, may not feel so distressing for one person, but to another it could lead to severe emotional distress (depression, hopelessness) and physical disturbances (loss of appetite, insomnia, digestive issues).

What If I don’t have a Specific goal?

That’s okay! We can figure that out together. It may not be 100% clear to you why you’re drawn to seek therapy right now, but trust that part of you that’s trying to get you to take the hint. I genuinely believe we all have something to gain from engaging in self-work.

Do you work with couples?

Yes! I love working with couples. Therapy can be a great opportunity for couples to regain their footing, enhance deeper communication, and establish stronger emotional bonds. It’s a privilege to share the space with couples brave enough to work together for a stronger relationship.