Frequently Asked Questions
How do I schedule an Appointment?
You can call or text 513-549-1680, or email firstname.lastname@example.org and I will assist you in scheduling an appointment that meets your needs.
Do you offer in person and Telehealth/Online appointments?
Yes, both In Person and Online appointments are available for your convenience. It is up to you to decide which modality you prefer. You can also fluctuate between in person and online appointments if you choose.
Do you accept insurance?
I am considered an Out of Network Provider, and therefore do not accept Insurance. I am able to provide you with a Superbill that
can be applied to your Out Of Network benefits (OON), and once your OON deductible has been met, your insurance can reimburse you at their agreed upon rate. I am able to inform you of your out of network benefits and assist you in this process, as I understand how confusing and challenging this can be.
What are your rates?
55 minute session- $140
Additional increments of 15 minutes are available at $35 per increment
90 minute session- $210
Discernment Counseling (limited to 5 sessions maximum
2 hour session- $280 (1st session)
90 minute session- $210 (sessions 2-5)
$220 per hour- split between both parties.
Family Relations Specialist
$220 per hour- split between both partners.
How frequently do we meet?
You set the pace based upon your needs of how frequently, and for how long we will meet. Initially most clients choose to meet weekly
as we gather background information, develop your goals and begin treatment. From there, meetings will progress to every 2 weeks, every 3 weeks, or once a month. You determine what your needs, schedule and budget will allow for.
When and how will I know I no longer need therapy?
In the beginning of our therapy, we will discuss what goals YOU want to accomplish in your time here. This is your therapy-- what do you want to get out of it? We will talk about how will you know when you no longer need therapy- what will that look like? This will be the beacon we use to guide your treatment.
I value your time and money, and I want your time in therapy to be useful and productive.