FORMS | FEES

Forms:

To download my intake forms (click here). Having these forms printed and filled out before your arrival for the first session will provide me more time to hear your story.

Fees:

My fee is $110 per session. The length of my sessions range from 45 to 50 minutes to allow a few moments of transition between your session and the session that follows yours. Fees represent my time on your behalf, including record keeping and session preparation. I operate off of a fee for service arrangement which means all fees are due at the time of treatment. Fees for testing, written treatment summaries, court appearances, consultations, or other special services will be outlined upon request. Unless an alternative agreement has been made between therapist and client, accounts in arrears beyond two sessions will result in the cessation of treatment until the outstanding balance is made current.

Scheduled / Missed Appointments:

If you must cancel a session, please contact me by phone or email at least 24 hours in advance. If cancellation is not made prior to that 24 hour window you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.

Insurance:

I currently do not process insurance. In some instances, your insurance company may reimburse you for the mental health services of an “out-of-network provider.” I will gladly provide a receipt of service upon request that can be used if you want to submit your own insurance claim. Some clients have found they prefer not going through their insurance provider because in order to claim insurance, you have to provide a mental health diagnosis which then becomes part of your permanent medical record.

Payment:

Payment is due before the end of each session and will be accepted in cash, check, or any major credit card. If this is a problem, for any reason please discuss your situation by phone or email prior to the session. Unless an alternative agreement has been made between therapist and client, accounts left in arrears beyond two sessions will result in the cessation of treatment until the outstanding balance is made current.

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