I Understand That Therapy Is A Financial Commitment.
It’s also a place for you to experience growth and healing in a way that can change your life.
When you finally make the decision to go to therapy, you’re ready to get down to business. As a brief therapist, I stay laser-focused on my clients’ goals. This way, you can get what it is that you need and go on with your life.
I keep my caseload small so that I can provide an experience that is unique and custom-tailored to each client. This means having ample availability during the day for those with flexible work schedules, being easily accessible in between sessions through a secure messaging platform, and sending supplemental resources, videos, and articles to clients so that they can get the most out of their treatment.
Most of my clients benefit from a short-term treatment approach (usually around 8-12 sessions). A few ways that I am able to help you see results in such a short period of time is by:
Out Of Pocket Investment
(In-person and online rates)
I am also able to extend sessions at a rate of $100 per 30 minutes.
I am also able to extend sessions upon request at a rate of $150 per 30 minutes.
All Intake Appointments Include:
I do not participate with any insurance panels.
With insurance companies dictating clinical decisions such as length of treatment, frequency/length of sessions, and mandated mental health diagnosis for reimbursement, I have decided to part ways from all insurance companies and instead focus on providing the best care to all of my clients without being controlled by insurance companies.
Bypassing insurance allows the utmost flexibility and privacy for my clients.
Whereas insurance will only cover face-to-face sessions, I am now able to provide online therapy for those who travel for work as well as phone sessions for those needing extra support in between sessions.
Without having to provide a mental health diagnosis, I’m also able to keep your records completely secure and confidential. There will be no diagnosis on your permanent health record, and no one will ever know you’re in therapy unless you tell them.
Please note that not all insurance companies provide coverage for online therapy, so you will need to check with your insurance carrier if you are wanting to use your benefits to cover a portion of online therapy sessions.
Most of my clients prefer not to use their insurance in order to preserve their privacy; instead, many opt to use their Health Savings Accounts (HSA) or Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) if those funds are available.
Marriage counseling is not covered under most health insurance plans, regardless of whether or not a therapist in in network with an insurance company.
In order for insurance to reimburse for counseling, the therapist must diagnose the client with a mental health disorder, and there is no reimbursable diagnosis code for marriage counseling.
You still have options, so continue reading to see if any of them make sense for you and your situation.