Fees & Insurance

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Individual 50 minute session: $175
Family/Couple 75 minute session: $225

Sliding Scale
I have a limited number of spots  available for sliding scale. If I have availability, and  your income is below $3000 per month, we can discuss a fee adjustment.

Beginning in February of 2014 I will be able to refer you to interns under my supervision, who may be able to offer services at an adjusted fee.

If I have an opening, we will contract  for a limited number of weekly sessions in order that I may offer this to as many as I can. The adjusted fee will be reduced on an individual basis.

You can also find sliding scale therapy services at The Center Orange County, The Center Long Beach and The Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center and OCACCEPT.


Insurance

I do not accept insurance. However, I provide a superbill so that you can apply for reimbursement in the event that you have either a PPO which allows you to choose your mental health provider, or, a pre-tax medical spending account.  For more information regarding pre-tax accounts, click here.

Consider gathering the following pieces of information  prior to services.

  • How much does my plan cover for an out-of-network provider?
  • Does my plan allow me to go “out of network”?
  • Does my plan cover a Marriage and Family Therapist?
  • What is the coverage amount per therapy session?
  • Is approval required from my primary care physician?

Payment

Cash, check and all major credit cards accepted for payment.
There is a $5 surcharge per transaction for credit cards.

You can make a PayPal payment here.

Cancellation Policy
I book appointments on a weekly basis. Therefore, if you need to reschedule, we will make every effort to do so within that week.


Appointments canceled and not rescheduled within the week will be charged, except in cases of emergency.

 Please contact me for further information or to schedule an appointment or consultation.

 

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