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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?

I am considered an Out of Network provider as I am not directly connected with any insurance panels.  I encourage you to check with your insurance about Out of Network coverage as I can provide a Super Bill upon request.  However, reimbursement is at the discretion of your insurance provider.

Does your rate increase for Couples Therapy or Family Therapy?

No, the rate stays the same whether I am meeting with you as an individual, as a couple, or as a family.

What can I expect with the first session?

The first session we will build upon our conversation from the initial phone consultation, taking time to fully understand your challenges and goals you have.  My hope is that you leave the first session feeling supported and have a clear understanding of what our work together will focus on.  Collaboration is key, and I check in often to ensure your experience in therapy is creating desired change.

How many sessions will I need?

Effective treatment has a beginning, middle, and end.  Therapy is meant to focus on your specific goals and I collaborate with you to determine the best course of action to meet those desired goals so you are fully aware what we are working towards.

What if my partner doesn't want to attend therapy but our relationship needs help?

This is still a great time to attend therapy as change within the relationship can still be made.  Often when a hesitant partner commits to attend one session, their commitment increases once they feel their perspective is heard.

Do you offer a "Good Faith Estimate?"

Yes, all healthcare providers are required to offer a good faith estimate of services upon request.  Due to the nature of therapy services it is difficult to estimate the number of sessions necessary.  Prior to engaging in therapy, I will provide you with the initial consent forms that covers cost of the session and what to expect with services.  During the intake session and treatment planning we will discuss anticipated timelines of treatment and frequency.  

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