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Counseling Rates


I charge $130 per 55-minute session.

Accepted Payments

I accept payments in the form of debit, credit, HSA, or FSA cards which are stored securely on the secure client portal.

I charge the stored card after each appointment.

Out of Network Billing

I do not accept insurance; however, if you receive Out of Network (OON) benefits from your insurance coverage, I can offer a receipt with appropriate details for you to request reimbursement from your insurance carrier.

Unsure if your insurance offers OON benefits? Use this calculator below to find out and get an estimate of what you’d be reimbursed:

What if I can’t afford your rate?

Don’t let my rate discourage you from contacting me! Currently, I’m unable to offer sliding scale fees; however, this is something I’m looking to add in the future. If I’m not the best fit financially, I may be able to connect you with a therapist that can better accommodate your financial needs.

Why don’t you accept insurance?

I understand this can be a huge barrier for being able to receive help; however, from a personal & ethical standpoint, I’m uncomfortable accepting insurance because of the power that it gives the insurance company in your care and well-being.

Specifically, insurance requires that I give you a diagnosis and that I give them your confidential information to justify our time together. This becomes part of your medical record, and this could potentially become a barrier when you’re getting a life insurance policy, applying for jobs, getting medical care, and addressing legal issues (just to list a few).

I believe your mental well-being decisions should be yours to make without the interference of others who haven’t even met you.

If you’re interested in learning more about the problems with insurance and mental health care, I found a great post explaining it here.

Good Faith Estimate

Under the No Surprises Act, you have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical and mental health care will cost. As a therapist, it is not possible to know how many sessions are necessary prior to starting therapy. Your total cost of services will depend on how many sessions you attend, the amount of services provided, and your individual situation. Your GFE is not a contract, and you’re not obligated to receive any of the services listed. If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your GFE, you can dispute the bill.