All sessions are currently taking place via telehealth (secure video sessions).
Individual psychotherapy typically involves weekly 53-minute sessions. Therapy can be short- or long-term depending on your treatment goals and unique history and experiences.
You can access a secure video session from the comfort of your home using your computer, tablet, or phone.
*Please note: teletherapy is available for individuals in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Florida, Rhode Island, and all PSYPACT states.
Couples therapy is available for couples navigating reproductive challenges and transitions (e.g., infertility, miscarriage, pregnancy loss, prenatal/postpartum mood difficulties). I also provide Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy (IBCT), an evidence-based approach for couples hoping to better understand each other.
Payment is collected at the time of service and can be made using debit or credit card (including FSA/HSA card) through a secure online platform.
The fee for a 60-minute intake for individual therapy is $225. The fee for ongoing individual therapy sessions (CPT code 90837 - 53 minutes) is $200.
The fee for couples therapy sessions (CPT code 90847 - 55 minutes) is $300.
I am an out-of-network provider and do not accept insurance. If you are hoping to use your health insurance, contact your insurance carrier to ask if they offer coverage for out-of-network mental health providers. I do not work directly with insurance companies but can provide a receipt for you to submit to your insurer.
If you're interested in reading more about the benefits of seeing an out-of-network provider, click here.
To help make therapy accessible, I reserve a limited number of reduced fee spots in my caseload for individuals experiencing financial hardship. At this time, all of those spots are full. If you are looking for reduced fee therapy, consider Open Path Collective.
Mon - Fri: 10am - 4pm Eastern Time
To find out more about treatment or to schedule an initial phone consultation, please email, call, or fill out this contact form. Please be aware that email is not a secure means of communication. Sending an email using this page does not guarantee that I have received or will respond to your email. If this is an emergency, do not use this form: call 911 or your nearest hospital.