How do you make an appointment?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to make an appointment.
If you are using insurance, please include a photo of your insurance card AND your complete date of birth so that we can verify your insurance benefits and email you an explanation of how much your insurance will and will not cover (and what you can expect your out of pocket costs to be).
If you are not using insurance, we offer sliding scale rates .
Please ask us about it. One you email us, allow 24 to 48 hours for us to get back to you.
Do you accept insurance?
We are either in-network with many insurance plans or in many cases are able to offer you an in-network experience. If we are not in network with your insurance company, and you have out of network benefits, we will do our best to give you as close to an in-network experience as possible. We will submit all claims so you don't have to deal with receipts or paying up front. Before your first appointment ever happens, you will be completely advised of all costs, including what your insurance will and will not cover. Rest assured, there is never a surprise bill with us!
What is a deductible?
The amount of your deductible can range from $0 to $10,000 or more, regardless if you are in network or out of network.
A deductible is the amount of $ that your insurance expects you to pay out of pocket for medical treatment BEFORE they are required to make payments according to your contract with them. Often times, after your deductible is met, your insurance company will pay for between 50% and 100% of the cost of treatment.
Do you offer sliding scale?
Yes! Our sliding scale is for those people who don't have insurance. It starts at $100 and goes up from there, depending on your income. Proof of income is required in order to qualify.
How much are your sessions?
The initial session, called the intake, is $275. Each additional 45 minute session after that is $225.
Do you offer bi-weekly sessions?
No. Studies show that therapy is only effective if you see your therapist weekly. Bi-weekly sessions just don't offer the same benefits and we don't want to waste your time and money. Bi-weekly sessions are usually reserved for clients who have been in therapy consistently on a weekly basis for the amount of time required to reach their goals and who want maintenance sessions to help ease the transition to leaving therapy altogether.