Session Pricing


75 Minute Couples Session


75 Minute Individual Session


60 Minute Individual Session


EFT with Couples

Payment Options

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.

It is your responsibility to check with your insurance provider about their reimbursement policies, but I can help provide you with a list of the questions you should ask them so that you can estimate how much they may reimburse you.  Keep in mind that insurance companies typically do not provide any benefits for couples counseling and they will not reimburse without a mental health diagnosis.​ 

Health or Flex Savings Accounts

This is an excellent way to pay for counseling!  In most cases, you can use your HSA/FSA card to pay for your counseling services.  You should check with your HSA/FSA provider to ensure they consider counseling an approved expense.

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.

Individual Clients
If you are seeing me for individual counseling, I will still not be able to bill your insurance directly, but I can provide you with the documents that you can send to your insurer for possible reimbursement. Every insurance company has its own regulations on session length, session coding, diagnoses covered, etc. so it is your responsibility to contact your insurer and determine whether and how much they would reimburse you for the sessions I provide and the diagnosis that I believe fits you.  I will need to meet with you at least once or twice before I can determine whether you meet the criteria for a mental health diagnosis, and I also need to be sure that the type of therapy I offer is a suitable treatment for your diagnosis.