Payment and Location



I am out of network with insurance companies for many reasons.  I submit claims for you and you receive reimbursement from your insurance. If you'd like to use your insurance out of network benefits, please verify them with your insurance company, as well as whether you have to meet a deductible first. I've listed the billing codes here you can ask about. Most plans pay you back 50%-80% of my rate.

Individual Sessions: The first session is $175 (Code 90791). Sessions after that are $165 (Code 90837). With the claim form I submit electronically you will end up paying out of pocket likely $30-$90 per session, which is the cost of a co-payment for most people. I have a limited number of sliding scale appointments, with the lowest of the scale reserved for trans people of color.

Couple/Relationship Therapy: The first session is $185 and sessions after are $175. Please note that insurance plans do not cover "couple's therapy" unless explicitly stated in the policy and I would need to see that in order to create an insurance form. Some plans may consider it "family therapy", (code 90847) if the couple is married, but again, you'll need to see this in writing from them in order to file out of network benefits.

LGBTQ+ Family Building Group: Sliding scale- $30-$80 per person. (No insurance billing forms provided for these).

People pay me with credit cards, health savings cards, flexible spending cards, and self employed people sometimes write off my expenses as professional services.  I have a billing service that handles any insurance issues or claim denials. Some clients use the Get Better app. Better is a company that knows the ins and outs of insurance policies and can assist with any challenges with reimbursement. Their rates are from 0-10% of your reimbursement amount, so check them out!

If you are of native descent that can be shown with your family tree, you may be eligible to receive free therapy with me (or other practitioners) through Native American Lifelines. Contact clinical director, Dustin Richardson, there for more information.



My office is in Towson, convenient to Baltimore and DC. Clients come to me from the Baltimore, DC area, as well as other parts of Maryland. I am available for video therapy for clients who reside in MD in distances farther than 45 minutes from Towson. We can discuss the pros and cons of video therapy if you are interested in considering this.