I am located in south Austin just off Mopac and Barton Springs at The Timberline Office Complex at 2525 Wallingwood Dr. Building 12, Austin, TX 78746. The most direct access to the building is off the northbound Mopac access road. Turn down Spyglass and enter at the 1201 Spyglass sign. I’m straight ahead in Building 12.
Invest in Yourself
Thank you for considering to work with me. I would be honored to discuss your needs and together determine if I am the right fit for you. I know from personal experience, that the work we do will serve you throughout you life.
My rate is $185 for a 60 minute session. I work Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday between 10am and 6pm and offer both in person and virtual sessions. My in-person sessions are currently on Thursdays and Fridays. I currently have a short wait list.
What if I cannot afford your fee?
I recognize that therapy is a significant investment and that for many therapy seems out of reach. If finances have kept you from working with a therapist who has the background, skills, and training you need, I encourage you to talk openly with me about your situation. If my case load allows, I may be able to offer a reduced fee which runs from $140 to $180.
I truly want you to get the support you need. If I can’t meet your budget or am currently full, I can provide a list of resources for others in town who might be able to help.
When you schedule an appointment with me, that time is reserved for you. If you need to cancel or reschedule a session, please cancel at least 24 hours beforehand. If you do not attend or fail to give 24-hours notice for cancellation, you will be charged your full session fee. Please be aware, insurance does not cover any portion of your fee for a missed session or late cancellation.
You may be able to use your benefits by submitting a super bill to your insurance company. Many insurance policies reimburse for Out of Network Providers or put the amount paid towards your deductible. Every policy is different, so you’ll have to call your insurance provider to get guidance. Here are some questions to ask provider regarding out of network coverage.
Why wouldn’t I use insurance if I have it?
The typical reasons people don’t or can’t use their insurance are: poor insurance coverage; the desire to protect their privacy; and the right to determine who to work with without limitation. Generally speaking, billing insurance opens the door to their interaction and determination of care such as requiring a formal diagnosis, note and treatment reviews, and limiting who you can work with. Insurance may also place restraints on the type of therapies you can participate in and how many sessions you can receive. You may find that many clinicians with advanced training and experience desire the flexibility to determine their case load, treatment planning, and the ability to more effectively adjust to their client’s needs. It is for this reason that many of us prefer to reserve sliding scale slots than to continue to work within the demands of insurance.