therapy is just as much a means of maintenance for our mental health and overall wellness as other de-stigmatized methods of self-care, like moving our bodies, doing our skincare routines, and
As of January 1, 2022, all healthcare providers are required to provide estimates for the cost of their care in accordance with the No Surprises Act. This Good Faith Estimate shows the cost of items and services that are reasonably expected for your mental health needs. You can request your good faith estimate at anytime.
It’s true that insurance can help cut the cost of therapy. However, insurance companies can also be very restrictive.
As a therapist who preaches empowerment, I believe that you should have the freedom to choose your therapist, length of treatment, and type of therapy. This isn’t always possible when insurance enters the mix.
All restrictions aside, offering insurance requires me to file lots of paperwork and sometimes makes it difficult for me to get paid for the hard work I do—both of which take away my time and energy that I could otherwise spend on helping you.
That being said, many insurance companies offer out-of-network mental health coverage, so we are happy to provide you with a receipt to submit to your provider for reimbursement.
I have a limited number of spots available for those needing a reduced rate. If this is you, get in touch and we can talk about it!
If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, we ask that you please provide us with as much notice as possible.
If you reschedule or cancel less than 24 hours before your session, the card we have on your file will be charged for the full session fee.
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