If you are new to the clinic you will receive an email to create a patient portal account.
Click the link below to set up your patient portal account.
Please complete the entire portal packet and bring your ID and Insurance card(s) with you to your first appointment.
It is my goal to make psychotherapy accessible to all people. It should not be a luxury for the select few. I do not want finances to be a barrier to receiving services. I understand that therapy can be expensive, if this is a concern for you contact me and we can discuss private rates. If you need a sliding scale rate, we can discuss a fee based on your income.
It is your responsibility to know your insurance coverage. Services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan. I accept private pay as well as in-network and out-of-network benefits. Please check your coverage carefully. You are responsible for paying the uncovered portion. The best way to find out exactly what therapy will cost you is to call your insurance company directly and ask them.
All fees are payable at the time services are provided. Payments can be made in cash or by credit card. If you need to arrange a payment plan, please let us know right away so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
We do not accept personal or cashier checks
A Succesful Outcome Depends on you!
Timely attendance to your appointment is one element of success. It is important to arrive on time as the length of a typical session is 45 minutes. Late arrival time will not be added to the end of your session. If you will be late for your appointment or that you need to reschedule, please contact me as soon as possible. 24 hours’ notice is required if you will miss your appointment.
NO SURPRISES ACT
Effective January 1st, 2022, patients will not be subject to balance billing when they seek emergency care, are transported by air ambulance, or receive nonemergency care at an in-network facility but are treated by an out-of-network physician or laboratory without receiving the required notice and providing consent.
For these services, participants will be required to pay only the in-network cost-sharing amount, which must be applied to the member’s in-network deductible and out-of-pocket maximum. The plan must make publicly available a notice of balance-billing prohibitions.
NSA also requires providers to provide a "Good Faith Estimate" to uninsured and self-pay patients to inform them of their total cost for services.
I AM AN IN-NETWORK PROVIDER WITH THE FOLLOWING INSURANCE COMPANIES:
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Care Source Market Plan
Cigna Behavioral Health