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Rates & FAQ

SERVICES
I provide evidence-based therapy while considering with your unique circumstances, values, and preferences.

Initial Evaluation/ First Session  |  60min  |  $200

Regular Session  |  45min  |  $175

All sessions are paid before the session starts. I accept debit & credit cards, HSA, and FSA. I offer a detailed superbill receipt upon request to submit to your insurance company for out-of-network benefits.

Please remember to cancel or reschedule 24 hours in advance. There will be a $75.00 cancellation fee if you do not keep your appointment.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers

My practice is 100% online. I use HIPAA compliant secure video conferencing (Google Meet, Zoom or Doxy.me) to make the hard work of therapy convenient and confidential.

Even though telehealth has made it convenient, my license only allows me to conduct online therapy with individuals who are physically located in New York and Florida State.

Therapy sessions are typically weekly or biweekly for 45 minutes depending upon the nature of the presenting challenges.

No. I would be considered an out-of-network provider. Reasons I don’t accept insurance involve enhanced quality of care and other advantages:

  • You are in control of your care, including choosing your therapist, the length of treatment, etc.
  • Increased privacy and confidentiality (except for limits of confidentiality).
  • Not having a mental health disorder diagnosis on your medical record.
  • Consulting with me on non-psychiatric issues that are important to you that aren’t billable by insurance, such as learning how to cope with life changes, gaining more effective communication techniques for your relationships, increasing personal insight, and developing healthy new skills. 

If you have an insurance plan with out-of-network benefits, you can use those. You would be responsible to pay the fee for the session at the time of service, and then I would give you a Superbill once a month. You would submit that to your insurance and they would reimburse you once you’ve met your deductible. I would encourage you to call your insurance company to get clear on your benefits (ie: how much they will cover and how much your deductible is).

By using insurance, I am required to give a mental health disorder diagnosis that goes in your medical record, not all reasons people go to therapy indicate a diagnosis. This is something that can negatively affect you in the future if you go through a divorce, child custody battle, or have a high profile job that requires higher clearance (ie: pilot, law enforcement, FBI, etc).