Rates for Therapy

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Schedule your free 15 minute phone consulation, which can be done here. This is only for California residents and those living abroad. If you live in a different state, at this time I cannot treat you for therapy. The consultation is a brief chance for us to get to know each other and see if we would be a good fit together.

Continuation of Services

After our initial phone consultation we will schedule an appointment for our first session together. During this time we will start your initial assessment where I ask about your history and goals.

Prior to our first session I will email you the opening paperwork which you must sign and complete prior to our first session. Included in this paperwork will be a photo copy of your id, verifying who you are, as well as two emergency contacts in the event that you are in crisis. 

Sessions are conducted weekly in the beginning and after time, as we move closer to termination due to your progress, we begin to decrease sessions from once a week to twice a month then once a month for maintenance. How long these steps last is based on the individual but therapy typically lasts a minimum of 1 year. 

Sessions can be conducted in my online

The standard fee per session is $175, and is paid at the time services are rendered. There are many options you can use to pay for each session. These include paying directly using a debit/credit card, cash, check, or using your health savings plan if you have it. There’s also a chance that you can use your insurance to pay for therapy. This is done by seeking reimbursement directly from your insurance company after submitting the superbill I will provide also know as Out of Network benefits (OON) but you must remain in contact with your insurance company to verify if you have this type of coverage. *Please note that with this option you pay the full fee for the session and ask your insurance to reimburse you, I do NOT directly contract with insurance companies.

I work with survivors of sexual trauma using Victim's of Crime CompensationIf you have Victim's of Crime, it is your responsibility to verify how many sessions are covered and what type are covered.