Individual Counseling in Westport, MA

People choose to start therapy for a variety of reasons. For some, it is a difficult phase of life, like becoming a new parent, going through a break up, graduating from high school or college, changing careers, etc. Others are hoping to heal from past hurts, to process difficult emotions, or learn new skills to help improve their daily lives.

I can help you develop the skills you need to live life on your terms. My goal is for you to be able to develop and utilize these skills on your own long after our therapy sessions have ended. I specialize in working with the following difficulties:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Major life changes (i.e. parenting, divorce/break up, career change, etc)
  • Stress management
  • Low self-esteem/self-confidence
  • Relationship issues

Insurances Accepted

  • Blue Cross Blue Shield of MA
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Optum
  • United Healthcare
  • Unicare
  • Private pay is also accepted. Fee schedule is listed below.

Fee Schedule

If services are NOT covered by your insurance provider and/or you are paying out-of-pocket, the fees are as follows unless we have an individual written agreement that supersedes this schedule. The following fees are effective January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022:

  1. Initial Diagnostic Evaluation $200 (CPT Code 90791)
  2. 60 Minute Psychotherapy $175 (CPT Code 90837)
  3. 45 Minute Psychotherapy $150 (CPT Code 90834)
  4. 30-Minute Psychotherapy $125 (CPT Code 90832)
  5. Crisis Psychotherapy $200 (CPT Code 90839)

Other Fees

  1. I request 24 hours notice for all cancellations. I have a no show/late cancellation fee of $50 that cannot be billed to your insurance carrier.
  2. Written Reports: $25 per 15 minutes when agreed as clinically appropriate.
  3. Legal Fee(s)/Court Attendance $800 per day plus any cost associated to preparation, travel, and lodging.

*Rates are assessed periodically and are subject to change. Any rate changes will be communicated via writing to current clients within 30 days notice prior to implementation.

No Surprise Act and your right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate”

Under the law, health care providers need to provide clients who do not have health insurance OR who are choosing not to use their health insurance an estimate of the bill for medical items and services.

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