Fees for Therapy
The cost for psychotherapy
Psychotherapy can be expensive. We realize that for many, this service is costly and can cause financial strain. For those with lower incomes, we offer a sliding scale of services. However, if you are unable to afford our fee, we can refer you to low cost psychotherapy clinics.
Fee: The fee is discussed between you and your therapist on your introductory call; prior to booking an appointment. If you have a financial hardship, some of our therapists will offer a sliding scale. We will offer you referrals if the fee doesn't meet your criteria.
Duration: Many new clients ask us, "how long will therapy take?" The truth is, we simply do not know. Clients come to us in all different stages of transition; each client bringing a unique dilemma, and sometimes these can be very complex. Unfortunately, there is no way to give a firm timeline.
However, you can always start and end therapy at your choosing, or discuss a certain "cap" to a number of sessions. This is your journey, and we will support you in whatever you choose.
Length. Sessions are typically 50 minutes; weekly. However, some couples prefer 90-minute sessions, as there can be a lot to get through with two people present.
Insurance. We do not accept insurance, but can provide invoicing for submission. Also, for those that have FSA plans, individual counseling is typically a permissible expense (please confirm with your particular FSA plan or accountant). Also, some insurance providers pay "Out of Network" for therapy services, and our therapists can provide a "super bill."