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Intake/initial session (60-90 minutes) : $135
Follow up sessions (60 minutes) : $120

I reserve the right to provide a discount for individuals not using insurance & paying out of pocket to meet their needs including first responders, veterans and medical professionals.

Responsive Counseling currently accepts the following insurance companies:
United Healthcare

Out of Network Benefit
Depending on your health insurance provider or employee benefit plan, it is possible that you could be reimbursed for out of network providers and services in full or in part. I can provide the necessary receipt to file for reimbursement with your insurance carrier or health savings account (HSA), but I can not guarantee your insurance will reimburse you for telehealth therapy sessions. It is important to call your insurance company first to find out if they cover behavioral health counseling, particularly telehealth counseling (many did during 2020-2021 due to the pandemic, but some have gone back to not covering telehealth) and the amount of your out of network benefits, if any.

Additionally, clients not using insurance or clients choosing to use their Out of Network benefits are required by the No Surprises Act to receive a Good Faith Estimate. Please visit this page for more information.

I accept all major credit and debit cards, checks and Health Savings Account (HSA) as forms of payment. I utilize a All clients must provide a credit card that will be kept on file in a secure HIPAA compliant system. Payment is due at the time of the session.

If you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment, please contact me at least 24 hours before your scheduled appointment. Otherwise, missed appointments will be charged a fee of $35. This is necessary because your appointment time gets reserved exclusively for you and with enough notice it could go to someone who has been waiting for an appointment with me. If you’re late to your session, it may need to be rescheduled due to other time commitments. Open communication is key to having a smooth scheduling process.

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