Mental Health Services
Insurance & Rates
Meet the Team
This is the time for you to focus on what is causing discord in your life and ways to work through it. Individual sessions are your time to work on you and what you think is essential.
$125 Initial Session
Often having a group of women who are experiencing similar issues and working through those issues together is exactly what will help. The groups will have guided discussions, psychoeducation, homework, and be facilitated by Jenn. All group members will have an individual intake with Jenn prior to beginning any group or will be seen for individual sessions.
Certain EAP Services
We do not currently accept any form of Medicaid or Medicare
Why Choose Us?
We will develop your treatment plan with your goals in the first few sessions. This is what will drive sessions but are not set in stone so if life changes we can adjust accordingly.
We pull from a myriad of therapies, modalities, and research to present best practices for treatment. We are deeply committed to staying on top of new research and best practices to best serve you.
You are in the drivers seat of treatment and have the power to change course at anytime. Your entire course of treatment should make sense to you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn How it Works!
Do you take insurance?
We are in network with Anthem & Humana commercial insurance. If we do not accept your insurance plan we can provide an invoice called a "Superbill" for possible reimbursement from your insurance provider.
We do not accept Medicaid or Medicare.
Can I cancel an appointment? Do you have a cancellation policy?
Yes, with proper notice. Because I do not overbook my time, I ask that you give one business days’ notice when canceling an appointment. Without appropriate notice, I charge my full fee ($125) for missed appointments.
How do I pay?
Payment is due at the time of the visit. Acceptable forms of payment include debit cards, cash, credit cards. I can also accept your HSA or FSA cards.
What is your fee?
Therapy fee is $125/session, and sessions are 50 minutes long.
How often will I come?
This depends on your goals, what you can reasonably do with your other life obligations and my treatment recommendations.
Can you help me file with my insurance for out of network benefits?
Yes, if you have private insurance that we are not in network with, we can provide you with an invoice, known as a superbill, and the codes required for you to file with your insurance, but we won’t file a claim for you. Your fee is due at the time of service.
Medicaid and Medicare do not allow out of network benefits.
There are a lot of reasons why someone may delay coming into therapy.
I had a bad experience in therapy and am afraid of it happening again!
First, let me say that I am deeply sorry you had a bad experience in therapy. I would like to believe that all of my therapy counterparts are just as badass as me and interested in feedback but I know this is not the case.
I am always curious about what I can do to help alleviate any stress upon entering therapy again. I cannot take back the bad experience but I assure you that I will do everything to make this one a better one. I aim to help everyone feel comfortable, supported, and helped in their time with me.
Therapy takes forever to work
My clients on average report feeling a decrease in symptoms after the second session and many have completed their goals by the 3-4 month mark.
Therapy is super expensive
Therapy is an investment in you and your future. If my fees do not seem doable for you then there are other agencies or resources to utilize. Please make sure to look at all options before discounting therapy.
Therapist are going to judge me or tell me how to live my life
No, that sounds exhausting and I don’t have the energy for all of that. There is no room for judgment because we are focusing on you getting to where you want to be not my opinion on your life choices.
Therapy is for suicidal or sad people
Well I mean individuals who are suicidal or sad are more than welcome in therapy but therapy is set out to help a lot more people than that! The focus is on behavior, thought patterns, and action.
Therapist are stuffy or unapproachable
I can only answer this for myself but I really aim to be relatable, approachable, and down to earth. My authenticity and bluntness are characteristics that friends, family, and clients alike comment on. You will find me in leggings, cussing, and laughing if we do sessions together.