Frequently Asked Questions

I am currently not on any insurance panels so I do not accept insurance payments. 

Only if you want to! I accept clients of all religious or spiritual backgrounds. 

Even though I work  at a Christian agency, I do not explicitly talk about religion or faith. However, I am open to talking about faith if you as the client find it helpful. In addition, conversations surrounding faith should be discussed and agreed upon between the client and therapist ahead of time. 

While I believe that faith can be a great source of strength in a person’s life, I am also aware of how religion have hurt clients. As a therapist, I want to be sensitive to your needs in providing you with a space to talk about religious or spiritual matters as it pertains to mental health and wellbeing. 

I am by no means a pastor or a theologian so I do not claim to be an expert on issues pertaining to theology or religious beliefs. 

The length of therapy depends on the types of goals that you want to achieve and how quickly you can make progress. Some clients progress faster than others, it depends on the individual.

Therapy can range from short term therapy which may take several weeks to months to long term which can be years. Often clients will accomplish one goal and may want to work on a different goal with their therapist. It is best to negotiate with your therapist when starting therapy to discuss what your goals for counseling are. 

I normally do not offer new clients the option to come in on a biweekly or monthly basis. 

 

I charge a total of 100 dollars per 50 minute session. Additional fees may be added for assessments, counseling material, and extra time in sessions. Any session canceled without a minimum of 24 hour notice will be charged at the full agreed fee. 

I have a limited sliding scale that is based on the individual financial of my clients.  

I do accept HSA and can provide a superbill if needed for your HSA reimbursements. 

Cancelations must be made 24 hours ahead of appointment. Otherwise you will be charged for the full fee of the session unless an emergency occurred. The definition of what qualifies as an emergency is at the discretion of the therapist. Most common instances are vehicle accidents, death of loved ones, or hospitalization. 

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