Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take insurance?

I am not contracted with any insurance providers. I like to work in a flexible manner that caters to each client and family’s needs so I work outside of any insurance mandates. Some families choose to pay out of pocket to maintain their privacy in relation to mental health treatment. 

Can my insurance pay me for the cost of services?

If you have insurance and have out-of-network benefits, I can provide you with receipts of payment  for you to submit for partial or full reimbursement from your insurance provider. Sometimes you will need to meet a deductible before insurance will pay for out-of-network benefits. I encourage you to follow-up with your insurance if you are interested in reimbursement. I do not have to provide a psychiatric diagnosis unless you are getting reimbursed by your insurance provider. 

Do you have offer a sliding scale?

I have a limited number of sliding scale spots that I can offer on a case by case basis.

What is your cancellation policy?

I require 24-hours notice when cancelling a session. My fee for a late cancellation is the full fee of the service being provided. I can be flexible regarding Telehealth services if you are not able to make it in person and do not want to cancel the session. 

Is your office ADA accessible?

Unfortunately, my office is not ADA accessible. There is one small flight of stairs to enter the building. There are two additional flights of stairs inside to get to my office. 

Are you offering in-person sessions?

Yes, I am currently offering in-person sessions. This is subject to change if there are any significant increases in COVID-19 cases.

What are your COVID-19 safety measures?

I am currently holding sessions in-person with masks on. I will be closely following the state guidelines regarding when we should be wearing masks in indoor spaces. I use an air purifier and frequently clean and sanitize all items in my office. I ask all clients to stay home or meet via Telehealth if feeling sick or if exposed to COVID-19.