Fees & Forms

Standard Fees

All therapy sessions are 50-minutes, with the last 10 minutes used to write notes. Cash, check, HSA cards, and credit cards are all accepted forms of payment.

Initial Appointment: $200
Individual/Couples/Family Psychotherapy: $200 per session
Substance Use Evaluations: $500 (includes written report for court or personal use)
Letters: $75 for anything that takes longer than 10 minutes to prepare (prorated hourly rate if the letters require longer than 30 minutes)
Phone Calls: (Out-Of-Session): 10 minutes is free, but the hourly rate applies for calls that exceed the 10-minute time duration.
Clinical Trainings/Lectures: $500 an hour
Other: $200 per hour


Whether or not to take insurance is something I have been thoughtful about during my time in practice.  Currently, I am not in-network with insurance, but provide superbills for out-of-network reimbursement (see FAQ) for your convenience.  Not being in-network allows me to provide the care I clinically see fit. This means that if you need longer or more frequent sessions and after session care, I can provide it to you without impacting your treatment progress. Conversely, your insurance may not deem sessions medically necessary if you are not experiencing severe symptoms.  In situations where you may not meet the criteria for a diagnosis or you only qualify for a limited amount of sessions, I can still be of help to provide thorough and consistent treatment for your desired outcome.

For those who do not have the financial resources to pay for their treatment with me, I keep three pro bono/low fee slots open in my practice at all times.  It is an important part of my job to give back to people who need or want assistance.  Feel free to ask if any of these slots are open when you contact me.  If they are open, I will be happy to accommodate you.

Electronic Consent Forms

For accessibility, I use an electronic HIPAA compliant service called IntakeQ to email you any forms that you will need sign for services.  If you would like to fill them out in a hardcopy form, that is also an option.  When you reach out please let me know if you have a preference on how the forms get completed.