How much does a session cost?
My standard fee is $140 for a 50 minute session. Sometimes, people want to extend their session, rather than waiting until their next meeting. If my schedule permits it, I will make all efforts to accommodate your request.

Do you accept insurance?
At this point, I’m not on any insurance panels. However, if you have a PPO, I can provide a “superbill,” which you can submit to your insurance for reimbursement.

How would it benefit me to pay out of pocket, rather than use insurance?
I’m obligated to keep records of our meetings. When insurance isn’t utilized, the only person who has access to these files is me. If insurance is utilized, your company will need to know personal information about you and what we discuss. Once I give them this information, it’s impossible for me to know who could see it and how it might affect you negatively.

I want to attend therapy, but your fee is a bit too high.
Do you ever accept less than your full-fee?
I believe counseling should be affordable for everyone. Thus, I reserve some sessions for reduced fee clients. When we speak initially on the phone we will discuss your fee. Please feel free to ask me about my reduced rates at that time.

Where are you located?
My office is centrally located in the heart of Midtown, a few minutes’ drive from Business 80 and a brief walk away from several restaurants.

How do I know if you’re the right therapist for me?
All therapists utilize a wide variety of personal and professional experiences. Please feel free to ask me about mine, as they will help you decide if I’m right for you. Furthermore, I encourage you to “trust your gut” about me. The most significant predictor of successful therapy is the relationship between counselor and counselee. Thus, if it feels right when we talk, you’re counseling is off to a good start. If it doesn’t, please tell me and I’ll help you find another therapist who will work better for you.

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Practice Specialties Include

Depression • Parenting Issues • Infertility Issues • Anxiety
Co-dependency • Communication Difficulties • Crisis/Trauma • Grief/Loss
Life Transitions • Men’s Issues • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Personal Growth • Relationship Issues • Self-esteem • Sexual Abuse
Spirituality • Stress Management • Women’s Issues • Siblings of Special Needs Children