I do not accept insurance, which classifies me as an out-of-network provider.  Once you have thoroughly read and signed your  informed consent paperwork this shows that  you have agreed to accept services and pay the allotted costs for an out-of-network mental health  service provider. 

It is largely suggested for you to contact your insurance provider to learn about their out-of-network providers policies and reimbursement rates BEFORE attending a free 15 minute virtual consultation. 

After you have contacted your insurance provider and have solidified your consent to accept out-of-network services I am able to provide a superbill for insurance reimbursement. 

Why is Private Pay Beneficial?

In order to use your insurance for services I must provide them with a mental health diagnosis. This means you aren’t covered for simply having a hard time, needing help processing, or wanting to learn new ways of thinking.

Also, if you use your insurance, your insurance company can audit your records at their leisure. Your insurance company also dictates how many sessions you are able to receive, which tends to not be enough to truly complete all of your goals.

Sliding scale available upon request.


I accept all major debit/credit cards as forms of payment, as well as HSA.

Cancellation Policy

If you are unable to attend your session, please make sure you cancel 24 hours beforehand. Otherwise, you will be charged for the full rate of the session. For example, if you are receiving individual services at the allotted price of $140, you will be charged $140 for late cancellation. 

If you miss your session without correspondence, this is considered a No Call, No Show. No Call, No Show are charged the full rate for their allotted session. For example, if you are receiving coaching services at the allotted price of $130, you will be charged $130 for not attending your session.  

No Surprise Act

Starting January 1st, 2022 all medical providers are expected to produce a good faith estimate for all clientele to eradicate “surprise billing.” A good faith estimate shows how much each client will invest towards their allotted services for a period of time. 

This act is a way for each client to know before giving their consent to complete services with said provider how much they are investing. 

Providers are to update each client’s good faith estimate if changes occur, such as if a client is in a crisis and is desiring to be seen twice a week, going on sabbatical, wanting to add couples or family counseling to their individual session, wanting to meet bi-weekly, etc. 

Learn more about the No Surprise Act and Good Faith Estimate in the No Surprise Act tab


Due to the No Surprise Act, all paperwork must be completed and submitted 48 hours prior to our allotted session. If not, your session will not be rendered.

Any Other Questions

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