Standard Sessions are the perfect length of time for most people coming in on a weekly basis.
Extended sessions work well for busy professionals who have hectic schedules, or those who cannot commit to weekly sessions and prefer longer sessions to work through concerns.
Extended sessions also work well for those seeking Divorce Counseling as a couple, since the longer session length provides a jump start for working through issues and allows enough time for both people to share their concerns.
* If you are coming in as a couple for Divorce Counseling, you will be required to book an Extended Session for your initial appointment.
Good therapy is an investment.
Your emotional well-being is paramount to enjoying quality relationships, cultivating meaning and building sustainable self-esteem. An investment in your mental health is an investment that pays in large dividends. You owe it to yourself to start the journey of creating the life of your dreams.
Elevate Counseling is a boutique style private practice and strives to deliver a premium counseling experience.
My primary concern is to preserve the integrity of the counseling process as well as your privacy.
Therefore, I don't work directly with insurance companies. This means I am out-of-network with insurance companies and do not accept insurance as payment for fees.
Fees are due at the time of service and can be paid via cash, check or credit card (including HSA or FSA cards).
However, if you have insurance, you may also have out-of-network benefits that allow for session reimbursements, in part or in full, paid directly to you from your insurance company. I strongly suggest checking with your insurance company to understand if your plan covers out-of-network providers.
If desired, I am happy to provide you with a Superbill (invoice) so you can seek reimbursement from your insurance company for any out-of-network benefits you may have.
Additionally, if you have a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) you can use funds from that account to cover therapy.
Finally, you can speak with your tax professional to determine if your therapy expenses are tax deductible.
I reserve a limited number of sliding scale sessions each week, so if you’d like to work with me but cannot afford my fee, please feel free to contact me to discuss your situation.