Mondays noon-6pm, with evenings by special arrangement.
Tuesday 10am-6pm
Wednesday 10am-6pm
Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday 10am-5pm.

My last appointment starts at 5pm, and may run until 6:30pm if it is a ninety minute session.

Monday out of the office
Tuesday noon-6pm
Wednesday 10am-6pm
Thursday 10am-6pm
Friday 10am-1pm

My last appointment starts at 5pm, and may run until 6:30 if it is a ninety minute session.


Our rate with one therapist is $150 for a fifty-five minute session, and $225 for a eighty-five minute session. When we work together, that rate doubles.

We do not offer a sliding fee scale. Sliding fee scales are difficult to implement fairly without knowing and comparing the intimate details of your history, circumstances, and spending patterns. If we had a sliding scale, your financial decisions would have an immediate impact on us, which could impede our therapeutic objectivity. We avoid this by having a flat rate for everyone, which makes us a neutral party when it comes to your financial choices.


We are not in-network for any insurance companies.

Many plans allow you to see a provider who is out of your network. If you have that mental health option, you can use it to see us. In that case, you first pay off your deductible, and are then reimbursed at the rate your policy allows, for the number of sessions it covers. You can find out what your coverage includes by calling the member services number on the back of your insurance card, or checking with the company's website.

If you use your insurance to cover our services, you still pay us in full at the time of service. We provide you with a receipt that has the codes your insurance looks for. Once you submit this receipt to your insurance company, they will reimburse you directly for the portion they cover.


Going out-of-network has advantages for both therapist and client, which can effect our work together. In-network providers often have to provide detailed plans about what issues your therapy is addressing, and how it is progressing, so that the insurance company can dictate the number of sessions and types of treatment it allows. All of this may become part of your ongoing insurance record. By being out-of-network, we can utilize any modalities we've found effective, work at whatever pace we agree on together, and address any issues that come up, regardless of your initial treatment plan.

Some people opt to avoid using insurance altogether, since they are uncomfortable having a mental health diagnosis on their record. Having a diagnosis on your record can affect your ability to get insurance, should you later become self-employed. It can also affect being approved for things like disability, long term care insurance, the military, or adoption. Should you choose to keep your record clear of a diagnosis, you can pay for therapy through a flexible spending or health savings account, or out of pocket (cash, check or credit card.)

THERAPY IS AN INVESTMENT. Our goal is to support you to function better in the present, and to lay a more solid foundation for the future. While therapy can seem expensive, not getting help when you need it can also cost you money (through divorce, health concerns, or compulsive behaviors). You may also spend precious time not moving forward to enjoy the future you really want.