Fees & Payment
Payment is due in full on the day of service. Pre-payment for initial sessions is required.
Payment forms accepted: Cash, personal check, Visa, Mastercard, or American Express
Cancellations must be made by phone & voicemail at least 24 hours (one full business day) in advance.
Your appointment time is reserved specially for you, meaning that someone else misses an opportunity for treatment if you schedule and then do not give advance notice of cancellation.
For cancellations made within 24 hours of the appointment time, the full fee for your appointment will be charged to your account.
Initial Session (60 Minutes, Required): $250
Follow-up Individual Session (45-50 Minutes): $160
Follow-up Extended Individual Session (51 - 60 Minutes): $180
Couples Therapy (60 Minutes): $200
Crisis Appointments/Crisis Management: $200 for first 60 minutes, $100 per each 1/2 hour following
Psychological Assessment: $200 per hour
Out-of-Session Management (e.g., letter-writing, non-crisis phone calls, non-crisis coordination of care with other providers): Annual fee of $250 or $45 per 15-minute interval
I am not in-network with any insurance companies.
However, you may be entitled to reimbursement through "out-of-network" benefits. These vary by insurance company, and you will need to check with your specific insurance plan to find out how these work for your plan. I will be happy to file claims on your behalf as a courtesy to you.
To find out about coverage through your plan, call your member services representative and ask:
1) Do I have "outpatient mental health benefits"?
2) Do I have coverage to see a behavioral health provider who is "outside of my insurance network"?
If the answer to both of these questions is "yes," then also ask:
1) Do I have an "out-of-network deductible"? How much is it?
2) How much of my out-of-network deductible has been met?
3) What percentage of the provider's actual fee does my plan cover?
4) Do I need authorization for the visit? If so, how do I go about getting this?
Note About Insurance: Insurance companies require a diagnosis for billing purposes. This diagnosis does become part of your medical record. Generally, insurance companies (life, disability, possibly medical) request medical records when determining coverage. Please keep this in mind if you wish to file claims through your insurance company.