Individual therapy via telehealth
I am a therapist that really loves working with clients virtually. Here are just a few of the reasons I prefer it to in-person:
Information on insurance
I am an in-network provider for Aetna insurance.
Please note that if you have Aetna, you will likely pay much less than my self-pay fees. If you would like to get an estimate of your co-pay/co-responsibility before starting services please let me know.
However, I am not able to accept any EAPs for Aetna.
If if you have a different health insurance provider you may be able to be reimbursed by submitting a "superbill" to your insurance, which I am able to provide, but you would have to pay the self-pay rate upfront for each session.
Please know you also have the right to a "Good Faith Estimate" if you are not using insurance.
Self-pay fees and description of services
Initial Call- $0
To make sure that I am a good fit for your needs, and to give you a chance to ask any questions you may have, I first like to chat briefly over the phone with all potential clients.
Please note this conversation does not constitute therapy or establish a therapeutic relationship. It's purpose is only to determine fit or whether my services/fees/practice/style of therapy might be appropriate for your needs.
Intake session- $200
This is the first session that helps to form the base and foundation for all future sessions. This session is solely focused on understanding your concerns, gathering diagnostic information, and setting your goals for therapy. It takes a bit longer than the standard session and goes up to the full hour.
Standard session- $165
These sessions are scheduled for a 45-50 min time period and for most clients occur once per week. However, I am open to offering sessions less or more often depending on your preferences and level of distress.
I know insurance can be very complicated, so if you do have any questions about payment that are not answered here, please feel free to ask during our initial phone consultation:
Or if you just have a quick, non-confidential question feel free to ask via email at email@example.com