Frequently Asked Questions
What type of payment do you accept?
Payments can be made via credit card through our secure scheduling platform.
Please note, barring illness or emergency, there is an automatic charge of half your session fee for any cancelled appointment within 24-hours of your appointment time. Appointments cancelled or rescheduled with more than 24-hours notice will not be charged. A card is kept on file for each client but you may choose to pay with any method at the time of your appointment.
Do you accept medical insurance?
Why don’t you accept insurance?
One reason we do not accept insurance, is that insurance companies require that we share your diagnosis and treatment notes in order to receive payment. This becomes part of your permanent medical record which may have negative consequences related to your employment, or when you are seeking new medical insurance or life insurance. Another reason that we do not take insurance, is because insurance companies require therapists to follow approved treatment methods and often limit the number of sessions that they cover.
These requirements may not always be in the best interest of the client.
By not accepting insurance, we can make sure that your therapeutic information remains confidential. We can also customize a treatment plan based on your individual needs and goals for therapy, instead of using a treatment plan dictated by insurance.
We do not accept insurance at this time. However, as an Out of Network provider, we can provide you with documentation for reimbursement by your insurance company should you meet minimal diagnostic criteria.
How often will I need to have sessions?
It’s up to you! We offer both 30 minute and 50 minute appointments. Let us know at the time you schedule how long of an appointment you are interested in.
How long are sessions?
We offer a limited amount of adjusted appointments based on your income. Please reach out for further inquiry.
Do you offer sliding scale fees?
It varies person to person. Typically, clients start at once per week and move to every other week as they progress in treatment.