75 Minute Couples Session
75 Minute Individual Session
60 Minute Individual Session
I accept cash, check, and credit card payments. Fees are due at time of service, and I do not contract with insurance companies. I can provide you with documentation of your sessions for you to submit to your insurance company, and they may reimburse you for part or all of the services. Reimbursement varies greatly between insurance companies and plans.
Health or Flex Savings Accounts
This can be an excellent way to pay for counseling, but you should verify what is considered an allowable expense through your HSA or FSA provider. Depending on how your plan works, you might have to pay taxes on amounts you spent for non-medically necessary procedures if you are later audited, and each plan has different ways of defining what they allow you to pay for, tax-free, out of their accounts. While I can certainly take these cards, to avoid surprises on your end later on, you should check whether counseling or couples counseling are considered authorized services through your specific HSA or FSA or whether you need a letter from a physician referring you to those services first.
Do I Take Insurance?
No, I am sorry, I do not take insurance. Because I specialize in couples therapy, which is not covered under most insurance plans, I have elected not to be part of any insurance panels.
Some clients are confused by this because they’ve heard that other therapists will bill insurance for couples therapy. For a longer explanation on the ethical issues behind using insurance for couples therapy, click here. You are also welcome to call your insurance company and ask them directly. Ask if they will reimburse for CPT Code 90847 using a diagnostic code of Z63.0 Problems in Relationship With Spouse or Partner. That would be an accurate reflection of the treatment I will be providing, so I am happy to give that documentation to couples I work with, and you can send into your insurer after paying me directly.