I accept cash and check payments only, due at the time of service (I do not invoice for payment of most services). If you would like to establish bank bill pay, you may do so. Bill pay payment is due by the end of the week that services are rendered as well as any payment owed for teletherapy appointments.
I am not contracted with any insurance companies, and I also do not accept any single case agreement assignments. At your request, I can provide you a medical billing form called a “superbill” that you can submit to your insurance for reimbursement of my fees depending on your medical plan. Please note the following:
Because the scheduling of an appointment involves the reservation of a time set especially for you, a minimum of 24-hours notice is required for cancelling an appointment. If you do not show up for your scheduled appointment, and you have not notified me at least 24 hours in advance, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.
Please note: If I am able to reschedule your child within the next couple of days of their original appointment day, I will offer that to you as a replacement for the cancelled appointment. If you are able to use your exact appointment time either via phone for a parent consult or via teletherapy for your child, I also offer that as an option. Please do not request therapy time for your child via teletherapy if your child is sick, as they will not feel up to participating. If none of these options work to replace your scheduled time, you will be required to pay the full cost of the session.
I am currently offering services both via teletherapy as well as in office. My office is practicing compliance via the CDC guidelines for Covid.
If for any reason you or your child are having the symptoms of fever, cough or other symptoms whether covid related or not, please cancel your child’s appointment. We can switch to teletherapy at any time to use as a precautionary method to meet, should you find that you or your child have been exposed to someone who has tested positive for covid.
I offer teletherapy via HIPPA compliant video conferencing platforms (Zoom or Doxy.me). I find that this online modality is effective for many clients and provides for convenience and protection during this time of covid and beyond, however this service isn’t a great fit for everyone. We can discuss it and decide together the best method(s) of engagement for your circumstances and for your child.