Services & Rates
Individual Counseling Services
I offer individual counseling services to adults and adolescents 15+ either in-person or via telehealth. Clients who choose to use telehealth must reside in Washington state. My counseling fee is $130 per session and is payable in full at time of service. These fees are for a 50-minute counseling session as well as 10 minutes for case note preparation. 75-minute sessions may be available by request and are $180.
It’s important that you feel safe and comfortable with your counselor. I offer a free 15-minute phone consultation to explore if working together would be a good fit. We’ll discuss your goals for therapy and talk through any questions you have.
$130 per 50-minute session
$180 per 75-minute session
I believe counseling should be accessible to everyone, and I provide a limited number of sliding scale slots. If finances are currently a barrier to accessing services, please let me know.
Payment is due in full at time of service. I accept cash, check, and debit/credit cards.
I am an out-of-network provider and do not accept insurance. A benefit of doing private pay is that you are in control of the length of your treatment and the privacy of your medical records and diagnoses. I know that insurance can be very helpful for accessing mental health services, and if you would like to submit a request for reimbursement from your insurance company, I can provide you with a Superbill. Please check with your insurance provider about out-of-network mental health coverage prior to your first session.
I ask that you let me know about cancellations or re-scheduling at least 24 hours in advance. No-shows and late cancellations will be charged the full session fee.
No Surprises Act
Under federal law, you have the right to receive a ‘Good Faith Estimate’ that will explain how much your medical care might cost. Health care providers need to provide clients who are not using insurance or do not have insurance an estimate of the expected charges for medical services, including psychotherapy. For more information on the No Surprises Act, click here.