Services and Fees
50-minute Individual $150
90-minute Intake $230
Sliding Scale Options Available Upon Request
Do you accept insurance?
I do not accept insurance, but I can provide a Superbill upon request for reimbursement purposes. A Superbill is a receipt of the sessions you’ve completed along with other relevant Protected Health Information (PHI) needed to file an insurance claim. You must check with your insurance provider to see if they cover Out of Network (OON) Associate Therapists to ensure you’ll get reimbursed
Why don’t you accept insurance?
Insurance companies don’t allow associates to panel with them–when a service provider is paneled, then they are considered in-network, so any services provided will be covered according to your coverage plan. Sometimes, insurance plans cover out-of-network providers and, sometimes, this includes associates. In short, I am not paneled with insurance companies!
How does sliding scale work?
If there is capacity to provide sliding scale services then I will work with clients to discuss a reasonable amount. The process of requesting sliding scale services is based on an honor system. I will not ask for proof of income. I will revisit sliding scale fees with clients every 3-months to make space for clients who are seeking financial support
Can I be put on a waitlist?
Yes! I can put you on a waitlist for services, both sliding scale and full price. I can place you on a waitlist for a sliding scale slot. If I am at capacity I can also place clients on a waitlist for either option.
If you are interested in this option I ask that you complete the Free 20 minute consultation to determine if we are a good fit prior to being put on a waitlist.
Do you offer in person services?
I only provide remote services through a secure and HIPAA compliant platform at this time. I look forward to doing in-person sessions in the future and plan to start in the South King County area when I’m able to make that transition. I will update my website when that option becomes available.
The truth is that there is never a “completely ready,” there is never a really “right time.”
Clarissa Pinkola Estés