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Frequently Asked Questions

  • I am ready to get started. What is my next step?
    The next step is to reach out. I will offer an initial phone consultation to assess your needs and tell you a bit about myself. Finding the right therapist can be difficult and spending some time speaking to ensure we are comfortable moving forward is important. If we decide to schedule an initial session, I will send you a Zoom link. Our sessions will be virtual and, for individual clients, are 55 minutes long.
  • Do you take insurance?
    I am an out-of- network provider. For those looking to use their out-of-network benefits, I will provide you with a superbill at the end of each month that you can submit to your insurance for reimbursement. Any client looking to use their out-of-network benefits should contact their insurance provider directly for additional information on reimbursement rates and coverage.
  • How do I know if I have out-of-network benefits?
    You should reach out to your insurance provider to find out about your out-of-network benefits. Questions to ask: Do I have out of network benefits? What is my deductible? What percentage of services are covered after reaching my deductible? What is the process for requesting reimbursement for services?
  • What is your fee?
    I charge $175 a session. If you are worried about finances, I offer a limited number of sliding scale opportunities. Please reach out to me to inquire about sliding scale pricing. I am passionate about affordable mental health care and always open to talking about sliding scale pricing.
  • Is everything we talk about confidential?
    Confidentiality and trust are two of the most important elements of therapy and something that we will discuss together throughout your treatment. No information will be shared with anyone else, including other medical providers, without your permission. However, therapists are legally mandated to disclose certain information where there is suspicion of harm to self, others, or child abuse.
  • Have More Questions?
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