Health & Wellness
Invest in Yourself
Frequently asked questions about the process of beginning therapy
and the investment costs
What is therapy?
Therapy involves sharing as openly as honestly as possible, being open to receive feedback and suggestions, trying on new behaviors and ways of being in the world, and learning specific techniques designed to help improve your quality of life, functioning, and overall happiness and well-being.
"And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom".
- Anais Nin
How do I get started?
The first critical piece of therapy is determining whether we will have rapport and trust to lay the foundation for a strong therapeutic relationship. We can begin with a complimentary consultation, if that would be helpful to determine how these services may be helpful to you. I can also lay out my therapeutic orientation, and we can explore both of our expectations for how the therapeutic relationship will work, to determine if this is a good fit.
During our first scheduled appointment and intake, we begin by exploring what is coming up for you and where you would like to go from here. I will begin thinking through possible treatment plan recommendations and options designed specifically for you. We will collaboratively develop a treatment plan with your particular goals and objectives in mind. From that launching point, we have a working foundation to begin therapy.
What is the investment cost?
50 minute session (typically individual counseling) : $150
80 minute session (typically couples and families, hypnotherapy) : $190
Payment is accepted in the form of credit card, cash, check, or Venmo
Can I use my medical insurance or do I have to pay out-of-pocket?
I am currently accepting private payment only.
Out-of-Network benefits may be accessed if available on your insurance plan. You may be able to be reimbursed by your insurance for your expenses, usually at the rate of about 50%-70%. I would be happy to supply you with receipts to submit to your insurance company.
Why don't you accept insurance?
I have decided to utilize out of network insurance benefits for several reasons: