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Online Therapy Services & Fees

50-minute session: $150 (sliding scale available)

 One-time 90-minute intake session: $200

If you have insurance, you may also be eligible to have your sessions partially reimbursed.

When you receive therapy services, you're paying for much more than the hour we spend in session. I feel strongly about providing clients with diligent, thorough, and highly personalized care plans that involve additional hours spent outside of therapy sessions researching, analyzing, and refining your treatment. 

I respect the investment of time, money, and emotional labor you make each time you show up to therapy. For this reason, I accept only a limited number of clients in my practice to ensure that you receive the highest possible quality of care. You deserve no less.

Good Faith Estimate

Clients who are paying out of pocket are entitled to a "Good Faith Estimate" under the No Surprises Act. This gives you an idea of how much services will cost and protects you from unexpected fees. 

What's included in your rate?

In addition to the time we spend together in sessions, here's everything I'm working on behind the scenes:

 

  • A full clinical assessment that takes into consideration your medical, family, cultural, and psychological history.

  • A regularly updated treatment plan that is uniquely tailored to your individual history, identity, culture, and goals for therapy.

  • Consultation from experienced supervisory clinicians who provide advice on continually improving client care.

  • Researching therapy modalities and scientific literature to continuously refine your treatment.

Why don't you bill insurance directly?

I fully understand the financial strain of working with a therapist who doesn't bill your insurance. It's a dealbreaker for many, which is why I do my best to help you work around it through reduced-rate slots and reimbursement assistance.

Yet there are a few advantages to not going through insurance:

  • Diagnosis: With insurance, you must be diagnosed with a mental health or substance use disorder to have services paid for. While a diagnosis may be helpful for some individuals, not everyone is comfortable having these diagnoses included in their medical records.
     

  • Privacy: When using insurance, you agree to have certain details of your treatment shared with your insurance provider, such as your diagnosis and treatment dates.
     

  • Quality of care: I want to provide the best possible care for my clients. Insurance companies may influence your treatment plan while also introducing significant administrative barriers for both parties. To keep time and care focused on you, I aim to keep refining my payment policies and sliding scale structure to support clients from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds and circumstances.

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Questions about billing?

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