FAQ's

Is online therapy right for me?

Yes! I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Care Network. I will call your plan to verify your benefits ahead of time so you know what to expect before our first appointment.

If I am out-of-network with your insurance carrier, I can see you as a private pay client. I will provide you an invoice (super-bill) that you can submit to your insurance company to see if they will reimburse you for services. I cannot guarantee that your insurance provider will provide reimbursement for services. You may also pay for services with your HSA card.

If you are seeking therapy, you can expect to go over intake paperwork, what brought you in, your goals for therapy and whether you feel I am a good fit for future sessions. If I am not the right fit for you, I will refer you to a therapist who is!

Private Pay for individual sessions: $140 for intake/53-minute session $130 for follow-up sessions/50-minute session **I accept most major credit cards*

The first thing we need to do is to make sure we are a good fit for each other. You have most likely gone to a doctor and didn’t go back because you didn’t like his/her style. We don’t want that to happen with us. We also want to make sure that I have the skills to help you. So, we will set up a time to talk on the phone for 15 minutes where you can get more information & ask any questions that you may have. If we are a good fit, we will set up an intake appointment.

The good news is that I am can get you in within a few days to a week of you scheduling your first appointment!

The therapy process is different for every person. During the first session and throughout our time together, we will figure that out. Usually, our sessions will be once a week. However, if you have deeper issues that you want to work on then we could get more work done if we saw each other twice a week.

01.

Do you take insurance?

Yes! I accept Blue Cross Blue Shield and Blue Care Network. I will call your plan to verify your benefits ahead of time so you know what to expect before our first appointment.

02.

What happens if you don’t accept my insurance?

If I am out-of-network with your insurance carrier, I can see you as a private pay client. I will provide you an invoice (super-bill) that you can submit to your insurance company to see if they will reimburse you for services. I cannot guarantee that your insurance provider will provide reimbursement for services. You may also pay for services with your HSA card.

03.

What can I expect out of my first session?

If you are seeking therapy, you can expect to go over intake paperwork, what brought you in, your goals for therapy and whether you feel I am a good fit for future sessions. If I am not the right fit for you, I will refer you to a therapist who is!

04.

What are your fees if you don’t take my insurance and how do you accept payment?

Private Pay for individual sessions: $140 for intake/53-minute session $130 for follow-up sessions/50-minute session **I accept most major credit cards**

05.

How do I set up an appointment?

The first thing we need to do is to make sure we are a good fit for each other. You have most likely gone to a doctor and didn’t go back because you didn’t like his/her style. We don’t want that to happen with us. We also want to make sure that I have the skills to help you. So, we will set up a time to talk on the phone for 15 minutes where you can get more information & ask any questions that you may have. If we are a good fit, we will set up an intake appointment.

06.

Is there a long waiting time to get in for an appointment?

The good news is that I am can get you in within a few days to a week of you scheduling your first appointment!

07.

How long will it take me to get my sh*t together?

The therapy process is different for every person. During the first session and throughout our time together, we will figure that out. Usually, our sessions will be once a week. However, if you have deeper issues that you want to work on then we could get more work done if we saw each other twice a week.