Your First Appointment

At your first appointment you’ll be able to share your concerns, discuss some of your history, and complete the intake process. It’s important for you to feel comfortable with the process of counseling, so feel free to ask any questions of your counselor and together you’ll make a plan to achieve your goals.

60 minute initial assessment – $100

Individual Sessions

One-on-one sessions may look like traditional talk therapy or play therapy depending on age, need, and development.  Thoughts, experiences, and behaviors are addressed in these sessions.  Depending on the client’s needs these individual sessions range from 45 mintues to 1 hour.

45 minute session – $75

60 minute session – $100

Family Sessions

Caregivers, siblings, spouses, family members are a huge part of one’s treatment and recovery.  I think of the client as just one piece of the puzzle.  While that one piece is making changes and evolving it needs to still “fit” with the rest of the puzzle.  In these sessions families may work on issues such as discipline, expectations, consequences, trust, compliance, and communication.

60 minute sessions – $100

Non-Custodial Parent Supervised Visitation

Supervised visits are for non-custodial caregivers or family members who need visits with their child/children supervised.  Depending on duration, time of day, and location this fee varies.


Clinical Supervision

For those looking for clinical supervision towards their Clinical Social Worker license.

$75 per session

No Show/Late Cancellation Fee

If you miss your appointment or fail to give a 24-hour cancellation notice, you will be subject to a fee.

$50 per session


Cash, Check, Credit Card, Debit Card, Health Savings Account cards


I currently accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield insurance.

Many clients prefer not to use insurance.  Here are a few reasons: Insurance requires a mental health diagnosis for reimbursement, this becomes part of your record.  Insurance dictates and limits treatment such as type of service or number of sessions allowed.  Insurance can access your session notes and records.

Some insurance plans have out-of-network benefits.  I can provide you with a superbill to submit to your insurance company.  They may choose to reimburse you for your visit.  Call your insurance provider to ask about your out-of-network benefits and how to submit a superbill.

For those choosing to use health insurance, rates will depend on the insurance provider, plan, and benefits.  As a courtesy, we will contact your insurance provider and notify you of your fees due at each visit (deductible, copay).