Getting Started

Please take a moment to review the following information

I offer a free 15-minute consultation over the phone, so we can decide if we are a good match. 
Initial sessions are $120, follow up session fees start at $95 and can be discussed during consultation. Reduced fee rates can also be discussed during consultation. 

Credit cards are accepted for payment at the time of service. Payments collected via IVY PAY or Stripe.

In addition to my private practice, I work with Octave Behavioral Health and MDLIVE.

At Octave, I am in-network with Aetna and the UMR plan for Mount Sinai Employees. If you have coverage under one of these plans and are based in New York, please visit Octave. To ensure we are connected, be sure to add my name in the “Scheduling Preferences” question. 

Additionally, I am in-network with Excellus, BCBS, Humana, Cigna, and Aetna (FL) for Florida and New York based clients, through MDLIVE. To schedule and check if your plan covers services visit, MDLIVE

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via email.


To cancel/reschedule, you may contact me via email, text, or phone.

If you do not attend your scheduled appointment you will be billed a $50 no-show fee.

If you must cancel your appointment, please provide at least 24 hours notice. Clients who cancel appointments without this notice will be billed $25 late cancellation fee.

If you cannot afford my fee, please communicate this. I do offer discounted appointments.

If I am unable to offer an affordable rate for you, I will provide recommendations for other providers. 

Please feel free to contact me to discuss rates, clients may be offered a short term discounted payment arrangement.

New clients: Complete the information form below to learn next steps!

New Client Information Form

Currently accepting New Clients at this time. 3/2023

*If you have not been seen within the last 6 months, you would be considered a new client.

Important information for self-pay clients:

The No Surprises Act, enacted by Congress on December 27, 2020, as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021, includes important new protections for self-pay patients that recently became effective on January 1, 2022.

Click the link below to learn more about these protections:

Good Faith Estimates