Pricing

Initial Phone Consultation

I offer a free 15-minute initial consultation by phone. If interested in couples/partners therapy, it works best to be in one place and put the phone on speakerphone, so please schedule accordingly.

Pricing for sessions (ALL telehealth via Video or phone)

Individual: $180 per 50-minute session

Couples:  $200 per 50-minute session

Longer sessions (see note on this below): 80-minute sessions available with an prorated cost of $290/80-minute individual session and $320/80-minute couple/partner sessions

  • Most clients prefer 50-minute sessions while others prefer longer sessions: it comes down to personal preference and often processing style, schedule, etc. are factors to consider.
  • A “Good Faith Estimate” of approximate costs of therapy available upon request
FAQ: Can I start with individual and switch to couples/partner (or vice versa)? SHOULD I DO INDIVIDUAL OR COUPLE/PARTNER THERAPY?

This is one of the most common questions I get! And with good reason because it is confusing that I offer either individual or couples/partner therapy. This means I don’t switch from working with an individual or partnership to bringing in partners or switching to a different configuration (less or more people in the session). If you already know or think you might decide that one of the other would also be helpful, I can provide referrals at any time for some colleagues. compromising the relationship already developed.

As for whether individual or couple/partner therapy is best for you, it really depends on each situation and the unique history of what brings you in. Because sex and intimacy do not exist in a vacuum, there is often a lot of overlap between pieces that are individual and related to the relationship.

This is a perfect question to ask on a phone consultation with me, as we can have a dialogue once I hear more about your specific goals. A general rule (with many exceptions) is that if you are struggling with an issue that started before you met your partner, individual might be a good place to start. If the issue has started or gotten more intense/severe since the beginning of the relationship, couples/partner therapy may be more effective.

FAQ: Do You Take Insurance, Medicaid/care, eap?

I do not contract directly with or accept insurance. I can provide a superbill for you to submit to your insurance company in case they reimburse for out-of-network therapy — some do, some partially reimburse (with or without meeting your deductible) and many don’t. I do not accept medicaid or medicare as these programs require members to see an in-network provider.

If you are ready to feel less hopeless and stuck around your sex life and get your sexy back, call/text 720-593-0253 or hit this button and schedule a free phone consultation today:

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