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Rates and Fees

I understand the importance of affordability when it comes to mental health care. While I believe in providing quality therapeutic services, I also aim to ensure that my fees are reasonable and reflect the true value of therapy. My goal is to strike a balance between making therapy affordable and sustaining a practice that can continue to serve the needs of individuals effectively. If you have any questions about my rates or fees, please feel free to reach out. 


15 Minute Phone Consultation

  • Free

Individual Sessions: 

  • $150/50 Minutes​​

  • $100/30 Minutes

Family Sessions: 

  • $150/50 Minutes

  • $100/30 Minutes   


As an out-of-network insurance provider, I offer services that may be eligible for reimbursement by certain insurance providers. Kindly consult your insurance provider to determine if they offer coverage for out-of-network mental health providers. If reimbursement is possible under your plan, I can provide you with a monthly service cost summary that you can submit for reimbursement consideration.


Clients can securely upload their preferred payment method to the Patient Portal in Simple Practice before their first session. This can include a credit card, debit card, or HSA (Health Savings Account) card, and all financial information is carefully protected to ensure privacy and security. The therapist will charge the preferred payment method after the session is completed, offering a convenient way for clients to settle payments while maintaining confidentiality..

Cancellation Policy

The practice policy requires clients to provide 24 hours notice to cancel or reschedule an appointment. If a client fails to do so and misses their scheduled session, they may be charged the full session fee. This policy helps maintain a reliable and consistent therapeutic process, ensuring that both the client and therapist can benefit from the relationship. It also allows for better scheduling and availability for all clients, promoting a more efficient and accommodating practice.

The Good Faith Estimate Act requires therapists to offer clients an upfront estimate of the anticipated costs of therapy services. While this estimate helps clients understand the expected expenses, it's important to note that it may not always be a perfect prediction, as therapy needs can evolve. Nonetheless, it promotes transparency and aids clients in making informed decisions about their treatment's financial aspect.

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