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Rates, Policies, and Insurance

NEW! Mindful Therapy Group

In an effort to become more accessible for clients, I have partnered with Mindful Therapy Group as a member of their supervised billing program. What this means is that by utilizing their services, I can begin to bill to certain insurances. 

The insurances I can take through MTG are:

BlueCross and BlueShield






All insurance information will have to be verified with MTG's intake team. I can connect you with them after our initial consult. Please refer to my FAQ for additional information.


I am primarily a private-pay clinician, meaning that I would not bill to insurance. Payments for individual and family sessions are automatically charged following the session, and payments for group sessions will be handled following the group. I take all major credit and debit cards, as well as HSA and FSA cards. I require that an active card be kept on file.

Individual 50-minute session | $140

Couples and Family 50-minute session | $165


I have a select number of reduced fee and sliding scale spots available. When you reach out to me for a consult, please let me know that you interested in one of these spots so we can discuss it in our consult call.


All appointments must be cancelled or rescheduled with at least 24-hour notice.

The full session fee will be charged for all late cancellations and missed appointments, barring illness or inclement weather. This charge cannot be billed to insurance. An appointment is considered missed if I have not heard from you for 5 minutes past your appointment time, or if you are later than 7 minutes past your appointment time. These cut-offs are to become more in line with insurance billing practices.

Extenuating circumstances will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.


By request, you can receive a “superbill” (this is basically a statement insurance uses for reimbursement) at the end of every month. You can submit this to your insurance provider for out-of-network benefits if you are eligible for these benefits.

It is recommended you call your insurance company to see if you have out-of-network benefits for therapy and what the deductible will be. Here are some questions to ask when talking to your insurance company:

  • What are my out-of-network mental health benefits?

  • Do I have a separate out-of-network deductible? If so, what is covered after the deductible is met?

  • Do I require a pre-authorization for out-of-network benefits?

  • Where do I send my superbill for reimbursement?

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