FAQ

Here is a list of a few possible questions you may have concerning our services. if you have a question that is not listed, please do not hesitate to contact us.

How long are Therapy Sessions?

All sessions are typically 60, 90, or 120 minutes long depending on a clients particular needs. We don't believe that one type of therapy or treatment is right for everyone. Offering extended sessions often means that clients will not be in therapy as long since we can get more done. As you progress, together we decide when to increase the time between sessions. Depending on the nature of a clients needs, meeting twice a week at the start of therapy or during acute crisis is possible. 

Do you Accept Insurance?

We do not accept insurance, but can assist with providing some basic reimbursement forms. If your provider covers therapy, they will pay you directly.

Forms of Payment

We proudly accept cash(occasional discounts), card, and checks. Payment is due at end of service.

What Does Therapy Cost?

$150 per 1 Hour Individual Session.

$200 per 1 Hour Session Involving More Than One Person.

$225 Extended 90 Minute Session

$325 EMDR Session

If you feel you cannot afford therapy please contact us. we will try to find a way that we can help. we have a limited number of sliding scale and pro bono appointments. we also may be able to increase the time between sessions (depending on client) in order to make therapy more affordable. If we can not accommodate you, we still may be able to find someone who can.

What is the Cancellation Policy?

Please remember that your cancellation means that someone else who needs help has to wait.

There is a 48-hour cancellation policy in order to cancel or reschedule appointments, Cancelling without proper notice will incur a full fee of the session. We want to continue to be able to provide affordable care, so limiting last minute cancellations and requiring payment helps us to accomplish this. 

What is the Confidentiality Policy?

What you talk about in therapy is confidential and under normal circumstances will not be revealed to anyone without your written consent. However, by law, there are certain exceptions you should know about.

- If you threaten to kill yourself or another person, we am legally and ethically obliged to take action for your safety and the safety of others.

- if we know or suspect abuse or neglect of a child, an elder, or a disabled person, we am required to report my concerns to the proper authorities.

What Should I Do In an Emergency?

In the case of an emergency, or if you need immediate help please call 911 or Psych Emergency Services at (707)576-8181.