•  Do you bill insurance?

I am an out-of-network provider and will be happy to provide you with a superbill that you can submit directly to your insurance company for reimbursement. I do not directly submit claims to insurance companies for reimbursement. Please contact your health insurance company to inquire about your out-of-network benefits for mental health or behavioral health treatment. I am happy to talk more with you about how this can work with your individual benefits. 


•  How does payment work?

I accept major credit cards. Payment is due at the time of service.


•  What is your cancellation policy?

I request that you contact me to cancel or reschedule at least 24 hours before your appointment. Please note that I charge the full fee for appointments cancelled within 24 hours and no-shows.


•  What should I expect in therapy?

After a brief phone consultation to get a sense of how I can best help you, we will schedule an appointment using my secure HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform. Initial sessions are 75 minutes long and follow up sessions are 55 minutes long. I prioritize creating a safe and nonjudgmental space, and we will work together to develop a plan in the early phase of therapy. We can reassess, adjust, and tailor the plan as we work together.


•  What services do you offer?

I offer individual and couples therapy, neuropsychological evaluation, and mental health consultation to businesses.


What should I know about telehealth (video)?

There are many benefits to using telehealth models to provide treatment including greater accessibility, clients’ comfort in their own environment, and improved convenience for clients. Particularly in today’s times, physically distancing while continuing to provide access to excellent care is of utmost importance. Research shows us that psychotherapy using telehealth is at least as effective as traditional in-person therapy and can improve client’s comfort levels. I am an experienced telehealth provider and have trained many other mental health providers, physicians, nurses, and psychology trainees, on how to use telehealth in their practices over the years.

Please note, telehealth does have limitations and there may be times when providing psychotherapy by telehealth would not be indicated. Cases in which telehealth is not recommended include when there are serious safety concerns and high conflict couples.