Where, When, & How Much
What am I doing in the COVID-19 world?
I have in-person, video, and phone sessions available so that you can continue therapy in whatever way is most comfortable for you.
In-person sessions: These are held at the office, we will engage in social distancing and wear masks during our session time. I ask that everyone sanitzes their hands and take their temperature upon arrival. Between sessions, I disinfect all furniture and items that have been touched. I appreciate you understanding that during this time, I will not be offering my beverage station.
Video sessions: These are held via a HIPAA-secure video platform. It’s as easy as hitting a link that is e-mailed to you, popping in some earbuds, and chatting with me. If you’ve never done this or feel nervous to try, I’m happy to do a free trial run before you ever commit to any session.
Phone sessions: These are available during the COVID-19 crisis as an alternative if you don’t have internet access or find technology to be a challenge.
Have another question?
The best way to discuss options is to schedule a phone consultation so I can give you the full run down of my practice policies and procedures.
How much do sessions cost?
Individual Sessions (50 minutes)
Initial & Follow Up Sessions- $225
Multi-person Sessions (50 minutes):
Initial & Follow-Up Sessions – $275
Intensive and remote sessions available upon request, please contact Anne Marie for further details.
Group Sessions – Self-Help Book Club
Recurring monthly sessions (80 minutes): $85
Why don't i accept insurance?
All services are self pay only. This means that you pay out-of-pocket for all services and I do not take insurance of any kind.
Doing all self-pay allows you to participate in therapy privately, without the restrictions that insurance companies can place on the process. As I see therapy as a jointly-created process, it’s important to me that you have total freedom in how often you come in, what we discuss, and how we focus on the problems that are most important to you. This also means that any information, including diagnoses or other health information, cannot be accessed by your insurance company.
Some insurance companies still allow out of network benefits. If this is the case for you, I create a monthly statement (called a SuperBill) with all the information that you need to submit. I do not submit these documents for you.
You may also be able to use a Health Savings Account and/or Flex Spending Account or other similar cards to pay for billable services.
What forms of payment do I accept?
I accept cash, check, or credit/debit cards. You may also be able to use a health savings card, depending on your insurance.
All clients are required to have a credit card on file, but it will only be charged with your consent for services rendered or appropriate fees.
Credit cards are run through a secure site (Stripe) and are never in my personal possession.
How Does this therapy thing even work?
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Services and Availability
Sessions Scheduled by Appointment Only
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday Afternoons
In-person & Video Sessions
You’re Still Unsure If a Consult is for You
This isn’t some kind of trick – it really is just a complimentary service that I provide so that we can get to know one another before you commit to scheduling. This way, I can let you know if and how I can help you and you can get your questions answered before ever meeting in the office.
If you fall into these categories, setting up a 20-minute phone consult is your next action step:
1. You’re ready for change and would like to schedule an intake.
2. You’re ready for change, but you want to make sure we’re the right fit.
3. You think you’re ready, but you still have a few questions.
AND, if we aren’t a match, I’ll hand pick three other providers for you to contact who may be just what you’re looking for so that you know I’m committed to making sure you find your best fit.
What’s there to lose? Check out my availability, below and let’s get chatting.