Yes! I am currently accepting Aetna, and Optum (UnitedHealthcare, Oscar, and Oxford). Please check with your insurance for any questions regarding copays and deductibles.
If you would still like to work with your insurance, your insurance may provide some reimbursement. To help, I can provide a monthly superbill that you may submit to your insurance for reimbursement. I recommend calling your insurance to see if they accept superbills for reimbursements, before starting therapy.
Take your time to read through my website. If you sense that I may be a good fit based on what you are reading, you can submit a request for a consultation.
During the free phone consultation, you can ask me how I work as a therapist, or any other questions you may have that are specific-to-you. You’ll also be able to share what’s going on for you and we can decide together how I can help.
It may be helpful to think of the first few sessions as trying out the waters together. During the sessions, you’ll be able to see how you feel working with me. My approach is not going to work for everyone. What’s most important to me is that you find someone who you feel is the right fit. We can explore that together.
Therapy sessions are confidential, and I will not share information about your sessions with your parents unless you give me permission to do so.
You should know that unless you say you are suicidal, harming yourself, or someone else, what you say in sessions stays between us.
Your privacy and trust are of utmost importance.If you have specific questions about how confidentiality works, you can ask during your free phone consultation or anytime during our work together.
You might be asking about how long therapy will take because your teen is currently struggling and wants relief fast.
If this is true for you, I want you to know that on average, my new clients start seeing small amounts of growth after the first 3-5 sessions.
By that point, you will feel a little more calm and hopeful that healing is possible
The total duration of therapy varies from client to client. Some of my clients find 4-8 weeks to be enough to resolve immediate challenges. While other clients feel more supported by longer term therapy.
We will work together to find the length of time that works for you.
Yes, you can stop therapy at any time, but it's important to discuss this with me before ending treatment. I can help you develop a plan for maintaining your progress and navigate future challenging situations.
I'm here to talk during a free 15-minute phone consultation where you can share what’s going on and we can decide together how I can help.
Call me today to get your free phone consultation at 512-522-2765.
Under the law, as a healthcare provider, I will give patients who don’t have insurance or who are not using insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.
This estimate is called a "Good Faith Estimate" and explains how much your therapy services will cost. Here are a few key things you should know about your Good Faith Estimate:
- You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total expected cost of any non-emergency items or services. This includes related costs like medical tests, prescription drugs, equipment, and hospital fees.
- You may ensure that I give you a Good Faith Estimate in writing at least 3 business days before your therapy services or item. You can also ask me for a Good Faith Estimate prior to scheduling.
- If you receive a bill that is $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate, you can dispute the bill.
- It's recommended that you save a copy of your Good Faith Estimate for your records.