My fee is $185 per therapy session. The fee is the same regardless of who's in the therapy session (individual, family, etc.), in person or teletherapy and the session lasts 50 minutes.
Cash, checks, credit cards, Health Savings Accounts, and Flexible Spending Accounts can be used.
I know that the therapy process does include a financial investment, and at the same time, I wouldn’t want this process to add undue stress to your life. Please let me know if the cost of therapy poses a hindrance for you to work with me.
What about Insurance?
I take LYRA HEALTH Insurance
I understand that therapy is an investment – both emotionally and financially. In order to provide you with the highest level and most comprehensive care, I am not affiliated with any particular insurance panel. This is to ensure that we are working from a clinically compassionate space, without having limitations or influence from insurance companies, which can often stipulate what type and the length of treatment clients receive.
I know it can be challenging to navigate insurance as not all plans are the same, and it’s not always clear how to make sure you’re maximizing your benefits. Here, you will find some guidelines that will hopefully make this process more transparent and less daunting.
I am considered an “out-of-network” provider for all PPO insurance plans. What this means is that you are responsible for paying the full fee upfront for each session. At the end of every month, I will provide you with an invoice (also known as a “superbill”) which you will then submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Depending on your plan, you will usually get a percentage of what you already paid back to you, which can help offset the out-of-pocket cost of therapy.
To find out more about your network coverage, we encourage you to follow these steps:
Although your therapist is happy to assist your efforts to seek insurance reimbursement, I am unable to guarantee whether your insurance will provide payment/reimbursement for the services provided to you. It is the responsibility of the client to send in the forms and receive reimbursement from their insurance carrier, unless otherwise agreed upon.