Esther Pfeiffer, LMHCA | | Individual/Family | 50 minutes | $160
Cindy Holt, LSWAIC | Individual | 50 minutes | $160
Kristi Canning-Lee, MS, LMHC | Individual/Family/Couple | 50 minutes | $160
Trinity Saldana, LMFT | Individual/Family/Couple | 50 minutes | $160
Trinity Saldana, LMFT | Intensive Couples Counseling | 3 hours | $520
Olya Pavlishina, LMFT | Individual/Family | 50 minutes | $165
Full payment is required at the beginning of each session so that we can fully utilize the allocated session time to focus on your therapy.
Methods of payment accepted:
- credit cards
- flex spending accounts (FSA)
- health savings accounts (HSA)
- payment online
24-hour advanced notice is required for cancellations. The scheduling of an appointment reserves time specifically for you. If a scheduled appointment is canceled with less than 24 hours notice prior to the appointment time a full session fee will be charged.
We are currently out-of-network providers with most insurance plans but our desire is to assist you in every way possible. Essentially, that means two things. First, the full fee for each session is due at the time of service. Second, we are happy to provide you with a statement that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
If you chose to collect from your insurance, it’s important that you find out your out-of-network benefits. We suggest you contact them before setting up your first appointment. We’ve had clients receive 90% coverage and others who received 0% coverage. We don’t ever want you to get into a situation where you don’t know what to expect.
Before you make that decision, we want you to know that your privacy is important to us—that is a big part of the reason why we do not bill insurance. In order for your insurance to cover your counseling services, you will have to be given a mental disorder diagnosis; one that will be listed on your medical records permanently.
Many of our clients do not have a mental health disorder. They come to counseling for a variety of reasons like addressing relationship issues, dealing with the death of a loved one, or navigating parenting challenges.
In situations such as these, a diagnosis indicating a mental health issue might not be worth the money gained by your insurance. In some cases, a mental disorder diagnosis on your record could create problems for you later—like if you were applying for a job that requires a security clearance, seeking to adopt a child, or purchasing life insurance.
Your reasons for coming to therapy along with what is covered during your sessions is your personal business. We want to protect your confidentiality and help you avoid any potential problems that can come with having a diagnosis on your record.
That being said, you know best what needs to happen in your particular financial situation and we are here to help in every way we can.
We admire your courage for taking the steps to seek professional help and we know you will make the decision that is right for you.
Your progress and success are important to us and we will strive to help you reach your goals in as few sessions as possible.