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Fees

Psychotherapy

All services are currently offered over HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform

I am not in network with any insurance, though I am happy to give you detailed receipts if your insurance plan offers out-of-network benefits. Please see below for more information on understanding and accessing out-of-network mental health benefits. 

All payment is due the day of service. For your convenience I accept cash, check, and Venmo. Cancellation must take place 24 hours prior to the time of our scheduled appointment to avoid incurring a cancellation charge of 75% session fee. 

I am committed to making therapy accessible - sliding scale spots are reserved for BIPOC and transgender, non-binary and non-cis folxIn order to offer lower-fee sessions, I use a cost-sharing process which asks folx with more financial privilege to offset the cost for folx with fewer financial resources. I have reserved a limited number of sliding-scale spots.

Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP)

Please contact me to learn more about therapy structure and fees. 

Clinical Supervision

My full fee for each 50-minute supervision session is $130. I also offer sliding scale options for BIPOC and transgender, non-binary and non-cis clinicians: $100-$120.

Consulting & Training

 

Please reach out directly to discuss your project & goals and we will collaboratively determine the fee for the project based on hours or deliverables

Out-of-Network Insurance Benefits

Questions to ask your health insurance provider to determine coverage for outpatient licensed mental health support:

  1. Do I have in-network benefits to see a licensed mental health counselor?

  • If so, where can I locate a list of providers that are in-network?

  • If so, what are the details of my coverage (e.g., how long can I see a provider, what is my co-pay, is there a deductible?)

   2. Do I have any out-of-network benefits to see a licensed mental health counselor?

  • What percentage of services does my plan cover?

  • Do I need to meet a deductible and how much of that deductible have I already met?

  • Is there a limit on the total amount of sessions covered? And, in what time period?

  • What is the process for getting reimbursed?  Where can I access reimbursement forms?

  • Check regarding their limitations on “reasonable fees” in terms of how much they'll reimburse for.

  • Ask them if the information they supplied applies to telehealth sessions, and if they do cover telehealth sessions, confirm with them that such coverage is permanent and not only during COVID.

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