DO YOU ACCEPT HEALTH INSURANCE?
No, I do not accept health insurance. I am able to provide a superbill to submit to your health insurance for reimbursement if you have out-of-network mental health benefits or to apply toward your deductible. If you call the number on the back of your insurance card, you can learn more about the benefits your plan has. I am likely able to accept payment via your Health Savings Account (HSA).
WHAT IS YOUR RATE?
My rate reflects the current pricing for clinicians with my level of training and experience in the field. My rate also accounts for my own expenses such as health insurance, sick time, vacation time, retirement, additional trainings, and taxes. It keeps this work sustainable for me. So, until we have universal health care, universal basic income, and a true social safety net, I offer my services at this rate to cover what our government does not!
DO YOU OFFER A SLIDING SCALE?
Yes, a percentage of my practice is reserved for sliding scale slots. My practice prioritizes sliding scale slots for Black and Brown people, trans/nonbinary/gender-expansive people, sex workers, and others with identities marginalized by our society.
WHAT IS THE LENGTH AND FREQUENCY OF SESSIONS?
I offer 60-minute or 45-minute sessions. I see clients once a week or once every 2 weeks. I recommend 60-minute sessions when meeting every 2 weeks.
DO YOU OFFER IN-PERSON OR VIRTUAL SESSIONS?
All of my sessions are offered virtually through a HIPAA compliant platform to ensure privacy and confidentiality.
DO YOU OFFER COUPLES AND/OR FAMILY THERAPY?
No, I only offer individual therapy for adults. I am happy to provide referrals for children, teenagers, couples, and/or families seeking therapy.
WHAT IS THE NO SURPRISES ACT?
Under this law, you have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” on what your medical care, including therapy sessions, will cost. Clinicians must give clients who are self-paying and/or using out-of-network mental health benefits an estimate for therapy sessions. If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill. For questions or more information about your right to a Good Faith Estimate, visit www.cms.gov/nosurprises.