Rates/FAQ’s

Do what you love

I provide evening and weekend hours so that I may be available to all of my clients needs.

Rates:

Individual: $ 85/ 50 minute session

Couples: $95/ 50 minute session

Teletherapy: $85/ 50 minute session. I request an initial 15 minute phone consultation prior to first appointment scheduled.

Insurances accepted: Aetna and MVP. For those who have another insurance, I will provide a “super bill” monthly that you may submit to your insurance for possible payment as a out of network provider.

EAP’s: ComPsych, Morenau Sheppell

Forms of payment I accept:  cash, credit card, check or HSA (with the Mastercard or Visa logo).

Cancellation Policy:

Your scheduled appointment is reserved just for you. Should you need to cancel and do so within 24 hours of your appointment time, you will not be charged. If you cancel less than 24 hours, you will be charged the full rate. I ask that should you need to cancel your appointment, you please leave me a voicemail message. I always like to assure the safety and well-being of my clients.

You will never be charged should I ever need to cancel your appointment.

FAQ’s

1.) What is teletherapy?  Their may be times when physically coming into my office is difficult, but you do not want to miss out on your appointment. I have a secure platform called Doxy.me that follows all HIPAA guidelines and privacy policies. This will allow us to see one another and follow through on a regular session. I do ask that we speak prior to the first session so that I may explain further how the process works. After, if you wish to have regular teletherapy sessions it can be scheduled through Doxy.me.

2.) What will our sessions be like? I respect the time it takes to build trust. Each person is different in exactly how long the process takes for them. During this time and after, I will continue to provide an environment that can be rewarding, scary and even fun at times. I am not the type of therapist who will just nod her head and ask you “how does that make you feel”. I am engaging, casual and a “down to earth” person.

3.) What does EAP mean? Employee Assistance Program is a no cost to you benefit from your employer. Employers contract with EAP agencies who in turn contract with therapists to provide short-term counseling. Depending on the contract your company has with the EAP agency, you may have anywhere between 4- 6 sessions per calendar year.