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  • How do I know if you are the right therapist for me?
    I offer prospective clients a 15-minute phone consultation to determine if we are a good fit. You can also check out my blog posts to get a sense of who I am and how I approach clients. Finding the right therapist is critical and if we determine that your needs and my skill set aren’t a match, I will offer you referrals to colleagues that might be a better fit.
  • Do you take insurance?
    I am in-network with Cigna. I am in the process of getting on panel with several other major providers. If I am considered an out of network provider, I will create a SuperBill for you, which you can then submit to your provider for any reimbursement you may be entitled to.
  • What happens after I schedule an appointment?
    After your appointment is scheduled, you will get a link to fill out new client paperwork. Included in the paperwork is a consent for treatment, a HIPPA acknowledgement form and a client history form. The more detailed your history form, the better for me to get a snapshot of you, your life and your goals for therapy.
  • What happens during the first session?
    We will discuss where you are currently and what your goals are for therapy.
  • How often should I come in? How many sessions should I expect?
    Most clients benefit from weekly sessions at first, after a while, which we typically assess if we can move to bi-weekly.
  • What are your credentials?
    I am a board certified Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor (LPC-S). I have a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology and as a Supervisor, I am licensed to train interns that are starting their journey in the mental health field.
  • Do you offer remote consultations?
    Yes, I do offer TeleHealth sessions. To book one of these sessions, go to the “Request Appointment” page and select a “Remote Counseling” session when you are booking.
  • What is your cancellation policy?
    Any appointment not cancelled within one (1) business day of the scheduled time will be subject to the full fee.
  • How do virtual visits (Telehealth Sessions) work?
    I will change the “location” of your visit in my electronic health record to “video” and you will receive a link that will give you access to the session. The video platform that I use is HIPAA compliant, which means it adheres to all data and information privacy laws.
  • I’m working from home and watching my kids can I have a private therapy session?
    Don’t worry about it! It’s important to have a private space in which to have your virtual appointment but if you need to tend to your children during the sessions it’s OK! We’re all in this together and we’re doing the best we can.
  • Will my insurance cover virtual visits?
    Short answer – Yes! Below is a list of insurance plans and their stance on virtual visits: Cigna – Covered United Healthcare – Covered Oscar – Covered (they follow United Healthcare) Compsych – Covered BCBS – They are still working out their policy on this, but I believe it will be covered Private Pay – Covered
  • I’m not so sure about virtual visits, do I have to do virtual visits?"
    For anyone who is unsure about virtual visits, I can offer you a 15 minute “check in” free of charge via virtual visit so you can try it out before agreeing to a full session.
  • I’m not interested in virtual visits; can I pause therapy until we can meet face to face?
    You can. Technically I will need to “discharge” you from my care if you choose to pause therapy. Once the crisis has passed feel free to reach out and if I have room on my caseload, I will gladly work with you again.
  • I am facing job loss/insurance loss and want to continue therapy, what are my options?"
    Please reach out to me and we will work something out.
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