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Contact me with questions that are not covered here.  



  • Free consultation: Finding the right therapist for you can be complicated. I offer free, confidential consultations by phone to help you with your process. On this phone call, we can talk for 10 to 15 minutes to see if I might be a good fit for your needs. 

  • Individual sessions: $125

  • Relationship, couples, and family sessions: $150 to $175

  • ART Therapy (Accelerated Resolution Therapy): $125 to $175 

(ART Therapy sessions generally last 50 to 90 minutes; price is time dependent) 

  • I offer work with a limited number of sliding scale clients (because I believe in the importance of access to mental health care). 

  • Payments are due at the start of each session and can easily be made with credit cards, cash, check, most FSA debit cards, or secure bank transfers.   

  • Along with being upfront about pricing, this practice complies with the "No Surprises Act" and supplies a written Good Faith Estimate for services. 


  • Cancellations made with more than 24 hours’ notice are not charged any fees.

  • Cancellations made with less than 24 hours’ notice are charged a fee of $100 for individuals, and $125 for relationship, family, and ART Therapy sessions, which must be paid before your next session can be scheduled. 



Although I do not bill insurance companies directly, all or part of your services may qualify for reimbursement or be applied to the deductible of your individual insurance plan via out-of-network coverage. I will be glad to assist you in determining if my services will be covered.  Contact me for more information. 

When possible, I recommend self-paying for therapy services. Utilizing insurance comes with the requirement to disclose highly personal information. A benefit of not using insurance is that your private information has greater confidentiality because information about your sessions is not shared with your insurance company. Medical Savings Accounts and Pre-Tax Flexible Spending Medical Accounts can often be used to pay for therapy services directly. 

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