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The rates for different services are available on our Scheduling Page. Paying for therapy can feel complicated.  Here are some things to know:

Why not work with insurance? Glad you asked!

Paying for therapy out-of-pocket provides you with the benefits of confidentiality, which I value highly. When a therapist (or any medical provider) bills your insurance, a diagnosis is required and that diagnosis, along with whatever treatment you receive, is on record.  That means other entities such as life or disability insurance providers will  have access to your mental health history.


What about out-of-network reimbursement? Another great question!  You're on a roll.

If you want to get reimbursed by your insurance provider for our work together, I am happy to provide you with monthly receipts.  These receipts are called "superbills" which is dumb because there's nothing super about them.  These superbills will require a diagnosis and treatment code so, while I'm delighted to provide them, remember this is an official disclosure of your diagnosis and treatment.

Health Spending Accounts (HSA)

If you have a spending account and corresponding card I can bill to that in lieu of a credit card.  You may be asked to provide a superbill at the end of the calendar year. Check with your insurance provider first.

Finding someone who takes your insurance.

If you're looking for a therapist who takes your insurance, reach out to us and let us help you. The world of therapy is planet unto itself.  We know lots of fantastic, affordable therapists.  Call us.

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