Fees and Insurance

I understand that therapy is a financial investment.

It’s also an opportunity to improve your relationship and your life.

How Much Is Couples Counseling?

There is no doubt that couples counseling is an investment in your relationship and its future, but it’s hard to say what that investment’s worth.

Some of the benefits of working with me include:

  • Every couple starts with a two-hour intake- We dive right in. Neither of you have time to waste.

  • Weekly 90-minute sessions until your goals are met. I want you to get the results you’re looking for as soon as possible.

  • Convenient online scheduling and flexible hours- Can’t make the same appointment time each week? No problem.

  • Saturday, early morning, and evening appointments to fit your busy schedule.

  • Automatic appointment reminders, so you know when your next appointment is.

  • Quick response to your emails and phone calls as well as secure messaging through the client portal (optional).

  • Check-ins between appointments available- I know this can be a difficult time.

Two-hour intake: $500

90-minute sessions: $335


Currently, I am considered an out-of-network provider for all insurance companies. This means that I will not file claims on your behalf and that all services are paid for out-of-pocket at the time that they are rendered.

Most insurance companies do not cover marriage therapy, so you should check with your insurance company to determine coverage. Please note that in order to file an out-of-network claim with your insurance for couples therapy, it typically requires one partner to be diagnosed with a mental health condition.

I will be happy to provide you with a special receipt known as a Superbill that you can submit to your insurance company in the event that you choose to seek reimbursement.

You can also use an HSA or FSA to pay for services though there are times when an HSA will not cover couples therapy, so again, check with your coverage provider.

I have also had clients who were able to deduct the expense of therapy as an out-of-pocket medical expense, so you can also speak with your tax advisor or accountant to determine if you are eligible.