Getting started...

Therapy is a very personal experience, so I prefer to talk with you directly about any questions you have. If you’re interested in starting therapy, or just want to know more about how I can help you, just contact me by email to set up a free phone consultation. You can also reach out to me by clicking the "Get Started" button on this page.  

Using Insurance...

As a licensed clinical psychologist, many insurance carriers consider me to be an out-of-network provider even though I do not participate directly with insurance companies. You may be entitled to reimbursement by your carrier. Telemedicine sessions may also be covered (entirely or partially) during the COVID-19 pandemic. I’m happy to guide you through the process. To determine your benefit coverage, download this worksheet.

Notice to all clients regarding your bill for services...

The “No Surprises Act (NSA)” was passed in December 2021 and went into effect beginning January 1, 2022. What does this mean for you?

This act passed by Congress is a law stating your right to receive a Good Faith Estimate (GFE) of costs/fees associated with the services you receive from this practice or any healthcare provider and it is intended to protect you from unexpected out-of-network bills for healthcare. You have a right to receive a GFE in writing and orally when requested and when scheduling a new appointment with this practice. To review the NSA, download it here.

Helpful Resources...

For information on a variety of topics related to our psychological health and well-being-- just type in keywords for topics that interest you.

www.apa.org/helpcenter 

www.goodtherapy.org