What do you charge for therapy?
I charge $130 for a 55 minute session.
Do you offer trauma therapy?
Yes, I am trained in EMDR and also Prolonged Exposure therapy and can provide this for both adults and teens.
Do you offer couple's therapy?
I provide individual therapy where I focus on relationship issues with my clients and do the work needed to explore relationship goals.
Do you take insurance?
I do not take insurance at this time, although I would be happy to provide you with a super bill to submit for Out of Network (OON) benefits.
What forms of payment do you take?
I take HSA and FSA. check, cash, and credits cards through contactless forms of payment.
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