How do I pay therapy fees?
- Cash, check or credit cards accepted
- Health Savings Account (HSA) cards
- Victims Compensation (Jefferson County, Douglas County, Adams County, Broomfield County, Weld County and Gilpin County)
When do I pay for therapy?
You will pay for therapy fees at your appointment in person. The only exception to this is not giving a 24hr notice to cancel your appointment. If 24 hour notice is not given, full payment is collected after the missed session.
How much is an initial session?
Our initial session and it is 90 minutes for $180. This is an opportunity to explore what therapy would look like along with getting to know my approach to therapy.
How much are sessions after an initial session?
There are a couple options to choose from after you complete an initial session.
- Subsequent sessions, 50 minutes, $120
- Subsequent sessions, 90 minutes, $180
How much are workshops?
These will vary depending on the length and materials included.
Do you accept insurance as payment?
Not at this time. I am happy to provide you with what insurance calls a “superbill”. This can be used if you would like to submit a healthcare claim for reimbursement on your own. Please check with your insurance about out-of-network provider benefits as I cannot guarantee they will approve it. I do accept Health Saving Account (HSA) cards.
Do you charge for no-shows and late cancellations?
If 24 hour notice is not given, full payment is collected.
Summary of Fees: Erie & Lakewood
- $180 = Initial Session, 90 minutes
- $120 = 50 minutes
- $180 = 90 minutes
Getting Started With Therapy
If you need support, I’m here. Call 720-306-1631 to set up your free 30 minute consultation where we can check in with what’s present for you and you may ask me any questions you may have. It also gives us a chance to see if we’d be a good fit. Or you may also use the contact form on the contact page. Feel free to reach out however it is most comfortable for you.
“Move Out Of Your Comfort Zone. You Can Only Grow If You Are Willing To Feel Awkward And Uncomfortable When You Try Something New.” ~Brian Tracy