Fees for my services range from $20-40 for groups, $75-150 for counseling and $500-1500 for testing. I accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, HSA cards/checks, personal checks and cash.

I understand that many people search for a psychologist who is on their insurance carrier’s in-network provider list to limit the cost of services. In the past, I accepted insurance – but I started to become very uncomfortable with the conditions insurance companies placed upon clients and their providers. I believe your mental health and quality of life are top priorities, and I do not believe that you should be limited to a certain number of sessions per year, or be forced to reveal extremely personal details about your life to insurance companies in order to justify receiving coverage for services. Additionally, though I am qualified to diagnose the clients I work with, I believe strongly in the importance of focusing on strengths, growth and solutions, instead of labeling symptoms – this is especially true for children, as it can be difficult for them to escape from the stigma of diagnoses received in childhood as they grow older – and insurance companies require a diagnosis to justify services. For these reasons, I choose not to accept insurance at the present time. If you choose to pursue out-of-network coverage with your insurance carrier, I am happy to provide you with the information necessary to receive reimbursement – please use this printable Guide to Your Insurance Mental Health Benefits to assist you with the initial process. Many people choose to pay for services through Health Savings Accounts and Flex Spending Accounts, which do not require a diagnosis or limit services in any way. Please feel free to contact me for more information.