Payment Options

insurance and billing

Insurance is complicated.
I'll try to make it as straightforward as possible.

I'm an out-of-network provider, which means that I'm not credentialed with any insurance companies. However, many insurance plans have benefits for out-of-network providers, which means they will reimburse you for some (or all) of the session costs after you have met your deductible.

This might seem like a complicated and annoying process, but it's actually just a few simple steps. Let's say you have an insurance plan that has out-of-network benefits and you decide to start working with me as your therapist.

  1. Therapy. To start, you'll need to pay for our sessions. In my practice, I'll send out your invoice at the end of the month that includes all sessions held that month and I ask that you complete payment within two weeks of receiving the invoice.

  2. Submitting for reimbursement. At the end of the month, I'll send you the necessary paperwork (called a "superbill") that you can submit to your insurance company.

  3. Reimbursement. The insurance company will review the claim (i.e. make sure that the sessions actually happened), determine how much you are eligible to be paid based on their out-of-network coverage policy, and then pay you directly.

Typically, when a client receives care from an out-of-network provider, they will need to pay the full cost of the services upfront. Afterward, they can submit a claim to their insurance company for reimbursement. The insurance company will review the claim, determine the eligible amount to be paid based on their out-of-network coverage policy, and then issue reimbursement directly to the client.


These are some of the challenges I typically help people through.
Don't see something specific? Let's talk – we still might be a good fit.

Many people experience anxiety on some level. When it begins to interfere with daily living or you notice it pulling you further and further from the present moment, it's time to see if therapy can help.

Work shouldn't be an everyday struggle. If you feel beat down, burnt out, or unmotivated at work, therapy can help you identify the things you'd like to change and accept the things you cannot.

Therapy for Men

Going through a life transition can be overwhelming, paralyzing, and confusing. With the right coping strategies, tools, and mindset, we can better navigate the changes life throws our way.

Communication is at the core of how we connect with others and build relationships. But it's not always easy. Therapy can help you more authentically express yourself and set healthy boundaries in all areas of your life.

While "men's issues" are certainly not limited to gender, boys and men often do not have a space to show vulnerability or the tools needed to effectively communicate. Therapy is a huge towards better understanding your emotions.

When a traumatic or distressing event happens to us, it can make us feel stuck in the past or create negative beliefs about ourselves. I offer specific kinds of therapy (including EMDR) to help you heal and move forward.

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