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The No Surprises Act* requires providers to publish their services and fees to ensure clients are not surprised by the costs of treatment. Upon completion of the assessment I will be able to provide a Good Faith Estimate (GFE) for treatment for individuals who lack insurance coverage for psychotherapy and/or are self-pay. 

Individuals who are billed a substantially larger amount than their good faith estimate can initiate the PPDR (patient provider dispute resolution) process through the US Dept of Health and Human Services. 

* Enacted as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (Pub. L. 116-260).

Service Codes and charges

EMDR consultation

I am an EMDR certified therapist and a consultant-in-training (CIT) through the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA).

Clinicians pursuing EMDRIA certification are eligible to get 15 of their 20 hours from CITs (the remaining 5 must be from a fully credentialed consultant). 

EMDR consult fees per hour: 

(reduced fee for BIPOC clinicians)

payment policies

Clients are required to complete all intake paperwork in the client portal prior to their initial appointment. Clients are required to maintain a valid credit card on file. My practice software is able to process charges using most credit and debit options including Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover and HSA/FSA cards.  

Insurances Accepted: Aetna (in-network); Premera Blue Cross Blue Shield (in-network for state and federal plans);

I am a Tricare Certified Mental Health Counselor but am unable to bill Tricare at this time (Tricare recredentialing for this practice is pending.)

I am NOT able to bill Medicaid or Medicare.

Superbills available upon request.

What are intensives?

'EMDR intensives' refers to psychotherapy sessions longer than the standard hour at a time that insurance carriers will pay for. For many clients having longer sessions for resourcing and reprocessing results in more efficient work and more rapid improvement. 

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