Thank you for considering me as your therapist. When working with me, you are investing in yourself, your wellness, your relationships, and getting the life that you want because you are worth it!
I currently only offer psychotherapy through telehealth. I work with individual clients and couples aged 18 and older who are physically located in the State of Texas, USA.
Individual intake session (60 minutes): $125
Individual therapy session (45-50 minutes): $105
Couple intake session (75 minutes): $175
Couple therapy session (75 minutes): $175
Couple therapy session (60 minutes): $150
I am currently in network with the following insurance companies:
Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Optum, United Healthcare, Oxford, and Oscar.
If you prefer to use your health insurance that I am not in network with, I can issue a form (“superbill”) that you can submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. You are responsible for the full fee at the time of your session and, depending on your health insurance plan, a certain percentage of that may be paid to you by your insurance company. I encourage you to reach out to your insurance company to confirm your mental health benefit before scheduling an appointment with me.
If you work with me without using your health insurance, you will be paying for my service fully out of pocket. When you pay for therapy through self-pay both confidentiality and treatment remain between you and me. However, when utilizing health insurance to pay for therapy you may be relinquishing confidentiality, treatment decisions, length of therapy and other pertinent decisions to your insurance company. Self-pay also promotes a focus on your health and strengths rather than just on what’s wrong. Often times one seeks therapy to improve certain aspects in their life or to understand themselves better, which has nothing to do with mental health disorder. Typically, however, insurance companies require that the therapist give you a “mental health disorder diagnosis”, regardless the reason you are seeking therapy. Although a diagnosis can be helpful in some ways, unfortunately it also comes with stigma and may negatively impact you in different ways.