Do I have to have an eating disorder to work with you?
Nope! I work with individuals on their relationship with food, movement, and their body. If you feel your relationship with either is affecting your life in a negative way, I can help!
What is HAES?
HAES stands for Health At Every Size. HAES is a movement that promotes equality among all diverse bodies, through honoring differences in size, shape, gender, age, race, ethnicity, dis/ability, sexual orientation, religion, and class. HAES recognizes that health is defined differently for every individual and helps promote a way for each unique person to live a healthy life for their own natural body. For more information on HAES please visit ASDAH.org
Do you see clients in person?
I am completely remote for the unforeseeable future. However, I have found in my experience that remote therapy has been equally as valuable for most clients.
How do I schedule an appointment?
Fill out the contact form and I will get back to you shortly to schedule a free 15 minute consultation!
How much does it cost?
I typically meet with clients weekly with the ability to increase or decrease as needed. My fee is $225 for 50 minutes for both individual and family therapy.
Will my health insurance cover therapy?
I am an out of network (OON) provider and do not work directly with health insurance companies. However, I can provide you with a superbill for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. I recommend contacting your insurance company before starting to find out their OON reimbursement policy. Here are some questions to ask:
Does my polcy have Out Of Network Mental Health benefits?
What is the deductible for OON and has it been met?
Is there a limit on the amount of sessions my plan will cover?
Are virtual sessions covered by my plan?
Do you require pre-approval for sessions?
How do I submit superbill receipts?
Do you cover the following CPT/billing codes:
90834 (Psychotherapy 45 minutes)
90857 (Family psychotherapy with patient present)
90846 (Family psychotherapy without patient present)