Individual sessions range from $100-$150. Appointments are scheduled for 45-50 minutes which is the therapeutic hour. Individual sessions may also be scheduled for 75 minutes or 90 minutes. Family sessions are $125 per session and last 60 minutes. Online and phone sessions are billed at the same amount as an individual therapy session. Payment and Co-Pays are due at the time of service. Additionally, we offer 30 minute sessions for $60.
Payment can be made by cash, check, and credit cards.
Our fees are designed to be affordable since more insurance companies either do not provide coverage or the number of sessions we are able to have with clients are limited. We strongly prefer to work with individuals rather than insurance companies.
We do accept some insurance plans. If we are not in your network, we can provide out-of-network invoices so that you may send it to your insurance company to get reimbursed. Please contact your insurance company to obtain your in-network and out-of-network information.
We understand that unexpected events come up in daily life, which may interfere with regularly scheduled appointments. However, we ask that you cancel at least 24 hours prior to your appointment. This allows us to schedule another client who may be experiencing a crisis or who may be waiting to be seen. If you do not show up for a session, you will be charged a $60 fee.
The law protects the relationship between the client and the counselor. It protects you from having information about you given to anyone without your awareness and permission. Professional ethics and HIPAA laws prevent us from telling anyone else what you said unless you give written permission to release information.
- If a client intends to harm himself or herself, we will make every effort to enlist their cooperation in inuring their safety. However, if they do no cooperate, we are required by law to contact authorities and release your information to them in order to protect your life without permission.
- If a client is threatening serious bodily harm toanother person(s), we required by law to try to protect that other person or persons. In that case, we must tell the intended victim(s), and the police, or perhaps seek emergency hospitalization for you.
- If we suspect that a child, an elderly person, or a disabled person is being abused (by your neglect, assault, battery, or sexual molestation), we are required by law to notify and/or file a report with the appropriate state agency.