frequently asked questions
how do I get things started?
Give me a call. Send me an email. I offer a free 15-minute consultation over the phone so I can get a sense of whether or not I will be able to help you and whether I will be a good match or not. If it doesn't feel like a good fit, I have referrals I am happy to offer.
what's your availability?
I am available weekdays in the afternoons and evenings. At this time I am not available on Friday or weekends.
how much do you charge?
Whether you’re coming in by yourself, with your partner, or a family member, your session fee is $115.
how can I pay?
Cash, credit card, or FSA/HSA card accepted for payment at the time of service.
do you take insurance?
Short answer, no.
Longer answer: I am a KanCare (Kansas Medicaid) provider, but at this time I do not accept other insurance. Many clients prefer this option to avoid the need to share diagnostic and treatment records with their health insurance companies and to avoid problems with pre-authorization and session limits. If you would like to seek reimbursement for your sessions, I can give you a statement, a superbill, to give your insurance company. This does not guarantee reimbursement from your insurance company.