FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
DO YOU ACCEPT INSURANCE?
In Michigan, I am currently in-network with BCBS of Michigan and Optum/UHC. In Connecticut, I am currently in-network with Optum/UHC. I also accept out-of-network and self-pay agreements.
WHAT ARE YOUR RATES?
Intake or Annual Assessment, 45-55 minutes: $225
Individual Psychotherapy Session, 45-55 minutes: $175
Couples Therapy Session, 45-55 minutes: $175
Professional Consultation, 45-55 minutes: $175
HOW LONG IS EACH THERAPY SESSION?
Each therapeutic appointment or scheduled professional consult typically lasts between 45-55 minutes in length. For additional options or longer sessions, including EMDR intensives, please reach out to discuss pricing and scheduling arrangements directly.
HOW DO I USE OUT-OF-NETWORK INSURANCE?
Depending on your health insurance plan, you may have out-of-network benefits. This simply means that you will pay the full fee for our sessions at the time of service, and then you are able to submit documentation to your insurance company directly for possible reimbursement. I can provide the you with a superbill that you can submit to your insurance directly. You may want to contact your health insurance plan in advance to determine if you have out-of-network benefits before scheduling.
DO YOU OFFER A FREE CONSULT FOR PROSPECTIVE CLIENTS?
Yes, I offer a free 15-minute consultation to touch base, have a conversation, and begin to discern if we will be a good therapeutic match. I am also available to answer questions by email, so feel free to reach out in any way that feels right to you.
DO YOU OFFER A SLIDING SCALE?
I do have a limited amount of sliding scale slots in my schedule. Feel free to inquire directly for more details or to check availability.
RIGHT TO RECEIVE A GOOD FAITH ESTIMATE UNDER THE NO SURPRISES ACT
You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate explaining how much your medical and mental health care will cost. Under this new law in 2022, healthcare providers must provide patients without insurance, or who are self-paying or choosing not to use insurance, with an estimated bill for services.
You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency services, including psychotherapy visits.
The Good Faith Estimate is to be provided in writing at least 1 business day before you receive services. You can also request a Good Faith Estimate before scheduling an appointment.
If you receive a bill over $400 above the Good Faith Estimate, you can formally dispute the bill.
Be sure to save a copy of your Good Faith Estimate.
For any questions or additional information about your rights, visit: www.cms.gov/nosurprises/