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    Rates & Fees


    I Believe In Transparency

    Below, you will find my current fees for services, effective January 1, 2022

    The average cost of counseling is $150.00 per session

    I am an OUT OF NETWORK Insurance provider – meaning that I DO NOT ACCEPT INSURANCE. I can provide you with a Superbill (receipt) to submit to your insurance provider for out-of-network reimbursement.

    I CANNOT guarantee reimbursement from your insurance provider. 

    Self Pay or Out of Network Rates

    Individual Therapy Session (50-55 minutes) – $150

    Pre-Marital Couples Initial Assessment (60-75 minutes, includes computerized assessment print out) – $180

    Pre-marital Couples Counseling Session (50-55) -$150

    Couples Counseling Session (50-55) -$150

    The average pre-marital and mid to low distressed couples are seen between 9-12 sessions. If requested, sessions can be combined in a marathon/intensive format to speed up the process – ($1,300-$1,800). 

    I also have a four-session marathon package designed only for pre-marital and low distressed couples – ($600). 

    Accepted Forms of Payment

    A card is required to be placed on file to confirm your appointment and full payment is due on the day of service. I use Stripe Pay to store your card information. Stripe is a HIPAA Secure Platform. I accept all major credit/debit cards including HSA/FSA cards.

    Cancellation Policy

    If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please do so at least 24 hours in advance of the appointment time, and you will not be liable for any fees. Please call or text me at (267) 986-7486 .

    Late cancellation and no-shows are responsible for the full fee of $150.


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    Any Other Questions

    Please contact me for any additional questions you may have. I look forward to hearing from you!